Prime Minister Scott Morrison has described Labor's demand for Treasurer Josh Frydenberg to front a Senate inquiry to explain the embarrassing $60 billion JobKeeper reporting error a "stunt".
The government has admitted the scheme now only covers 3.5 million people rather than 6.5 million that had been forecast.
Opposition frontbencher Penny Wong says it's a "$60 billion black hole in the economic credibility" of the government. Wong has called for the $1500 fortnightly payment to be extended to more workers, including short-term casuals.
The New York Times has filled the entire front page of its Sunday's paper with death notices of victims from across the country.
The US has recorded 1,127 deaths from coronavirus in the last 24 hours, according to Johns Hopkins University figures.
As the US death toll soared towards 100,000 it was reported that US President Donald Trump played a round of golf in Virginia.
There are widely held concerns in the US signs that for some Americans quarantine fatigue is overcoming fear of infection. Front line workers and health experts are concerned the pandemic is proving to be a "trust-destroying disaster".
Data indicates at least 340,805 people have lost their lives in the pandemic so far. There are 5,288,392 confirmed infections.
India is organising trains to get more than 3.5 million stranded migrant workers back to their villages. The migrant workers were caught in the major cities when the lockdown was imposed with just four hours notice. Many have been walking hundreds of miles to get home.
Just days after Germany reopened places of worship more than 40 people at a service were infected and six hospitalised.
Brazil registered 965 new coronavirus deaths on Saturday, taking the total number of fatalities to 22,013. Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro has seen his opinion poll ratings drop as an unfolding political crisis adds to the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
In Australia, six million people have downloaded the government's COVIDSafe tracing app in under a month. The app is able to tell when a person has come into close contact - 1.5m - of an infected person (or a person later found to be infected) for 15 minutes and more, allowing authorities to contact people who may have been exposed to the virus.
Victorian premier, Daniel Andrews, has announced Victorians will be allowed to have 20 people in homes and outdoors as well as overnight stays in hotels from next month. Schools and some outdoor facilities get back to business from Tuesday.
Scott Morrison has urged several state leaders who are still maintaining domestic border restrictions to justify the potential economic damage.
The prime minister emphasised that the national cabinet had never agreed to internal border closures, and leaders should be accountable to their voters.
Clive Palmer will lodge documents with the High Court this week, arguing Western Australia's border closure is unconstitutional, as the state again recorded no new cases of COVID-19.