The coronavirus death toll in the United States has passed 230,000, according to data shared Monday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Total infections surged by 77,398 from the day before. (Reuters)

At an election rally, President Trump threatened to fire Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984. It is unclear whether the President has the authority to remove Fauci from the post. (STAT)

Rapid COVID-19 test may not successfully identify coronavirus infection in asymptomatic individuals, a University of Arizona study found. The data have not been published yet in a peer-reviewed scientific journal. (The New York Times)

England’s planned four-week coronavirus lockdown may have to be extended if infection rates don’t subside, a government minister said. “It would be foolish to predict with absolute certainty what will happen in four weeks’ time,” cabinet minister Michael Gove told Sky News. (Associated Press)

After reports of patient deaths, Regeneron halted a trial on garetosmab, a therapy for fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva. Adverse events were reported during the open-label extension period, a time during which all patients were on treatment. (Endpoints News)