As the headline said, for some reason the agenda was not posted to the Secretary of State's website, so no business could be conducted legally.

The number of deaths from the coronavirus is nearing ten-thousand worldwide. Most of the deaths are in New York, with over 24-hundred in New York City alone. The U.S. has more cases than any other country in the world.        President Trump says medical supplies are getting out to states across the country to help fight the coronavirus. At a White House briefing Sunday, Trump said cargo planes have delivered millions of gloves, masks and gowns to hospitals that need them around the country. Trump also touted that ventilators have been sent to hospitals in coronavirus hotspots.        A group of American tourists are on their way back to the States from Nepal. Some 300 people boarded a chartered jet today for what is likely the last flight out of Kathmandu. The Nepalese government has halted all flights to try to halt the spread of the coronavirus.       Former Vice President Joe Biden is expected to hold a series of virtual fundraisers. The Hill says Biden is planning to host a 28-hundred-dollar per person "virtual fireside chat" later this month. Donors will receive log-in instructions to attend the online event.       The bassist for Duran Duran had been diagnosed with the coronavirus, but has since recovered. John Taylor took to Instagram Sunday to say he tested positive three weeks ago. He joked that he's a robust 59 years old, but was "blessed with getting only a mild case of COVID-19."