Today’s news on the global pandemic.

New research finds that three-quarters of recovered coronavirus patients showed some damage to their hearts. (People)

Philadelphia public schools will begin the year online and will remain online at least until November. (The Hill)

There are now more than 16.6 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide with more than 659,000 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

In the U.S., there are more than 4.3 million confirmed cases with more than 149,000 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

Donald Trump questions why Dr. Fauci has better TV ratings as U.S. approaches 150,000 coronavirus deaths. (The Washington Post)

Misleading virus video, pushed by the Trumps, spreads online. (The New York Times)

Moderna vaccine test in monkeys shows promise. (The New York Times)

Bill Gates says there could be a “substantial” reduction in coronavirus death rate by end of 2020. (CNBC)

Emirates Airlines’ COVID-19 insurance will cover medical expenses, the cost of quarantining and even your funeral if you die after flying. (Forbes)

McDonald’s announced a big drop in quarterly profits because of the pandemic and plans to close 200 locations in the U.S. (Daily Mail)

Planet Fitness will require members to wear masks in their gyms beginning August 1st. (USA Today)

Police in New Jersey spent five hours breaking up a large house party which drew a crowd of 700 people and arrested three people for violating the governor’s executive order limiting large gatherings. (NBC News)

The FDA has issued another warning about hand sanitizers, specifically 87 brands which  contain methanol or wood alcohol because they are toxic when absorbed through the skin. (USA Today)