Around the world, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has climbed to nearly 1.3 million, according to Johns Hopkins University tally. The US is the nation with the most cases with over 330,000. Spain, Italy, and Germany each have over 100,000 cases as well. Combined those four countries account for over 50% of the world’s cases.
Plus an update on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's health after he was admitted to a hospital Sunday evening, and Peterson Institute for International Economics senior non-resident fellow David Wilcox discusses the overall state of the global economy.