Nearly 26,000 nursing home residents have died from coronavirus, according to materials that federal health authorities received. More than 60,000 residents were infected with COVID-19, while nearly 450 of the 34,400 infected nursing home staffers have died. (AP News)

The World Health Organization hopes to continue working with the United States, said WHO director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in a press conference on Monday. Last Friday, President Donald Trump said the United States would no longer partner with WHO. (CNBC)

Eli Lilly has started testing the first treatment developed specifically for COVID-19. The antibody was initially discovered by AbCellera. Regeneron, Vir Biotechnology and GlaxoSmithKline also plan to begin testing their antibody drugs. (STAT)

Gilead’s remdesivir was found to modestly improve the condition of patients with moderate coronavirus. The benefits were seen in patients who received a five-day course of treatment. However, those who received the drug for 10 days showed no significant improvement. (Reuters)

The launch of our 2020 MM&M Agency 100 issue is less than a week away. Register on the site now so that you can view the exclusive content when it publishes on Monday June 8. (MM&M)