Today's news on the global pandemic.

There are now more than 29.1 million confirm cases of COVID-19 worldwide with more than 927,000 deaths. (Johns Hopkins)

In the U.S., there more than 6.5 million confirmed cases and more than 194,000 deaths.(Johns Hopkins)

University of Pittsburgh scientists discover antibody that "neutralizes" virus that causes COVID-19. (Fox News)

Federal judge rules Pennsylvania coronavirus restrictions unconstitutional. (Fox News)

Woodward interview reveals Trump focused on stock market as coronavirus surged in August. (The Hill)

The WHO reported a record 307,000 new coronavirus cases globally on Sunday. (CNBC)

Many scientists are concerned about what they see as the Trump administration's politicization of a weekly CDC report that dates back 140 years. (USA Today)

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