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The head of the WHO highlights 5 steps to take, such as open communication.
In addition, a large group of scientists signs on to the John Snow Memorandum to mobilize against the herd immunity response concept.
The vast majority of the world is still susceptible to the virus, the WHO director says.
Also, the FDA posts its COVID-19 vaccine standards, ending a stalemate.
The COVID-19 pandemic cast its shadow over the first US presidential debate last night.
On the international front, Europe continues to see case counts rise, and the WHO makes its case for big investments in tools to battle the virus.
India, with 5.5 million cases, is closing in on the US, which has 6.8 million.
India reports 93,824 new cases, continuing its trend of reporting more daily cases than any other nation.
Experts call the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic a "collective failure."
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