Updated May 27 at 6:45 p.m.

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New developments:

This is the week when America's official coronavirus death toll reaches six digits.One hundred thousand lives wiped out by a disease unknown to science a half a year ago.

College leaders have rolled out broad guidelinesfor a phased re-opening of the 106 campuses in Massachusetts this fall. The framework of recommendations, released Wednesday by a working group of local college presidents, resembles the one for the state that Gov. Charlie Baker has outlined.

SeaWorld and Walt Disney World will reopen in Orlando, Florida, in June and Julyafter months of inactivity because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to plans a city task force approved Wednesday. The proposals will now be sent to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for final approval.

According to theWorld Health Organization (WHO), as of May 26:

The coronavirus has infected over 5.4 million people worldwide.

So far, the disease has killed more than 343,000 people.

For more information, updates, and frequently asked questions, visit the Massachusetts Department of Public Health's online information center. For federal information, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's website.

Massachusetts by the numbers, as of May 27:
— Total confirmed cases: 94,220 (93,693 on May 26)
— Total deaths: 6,547 (6,473 on May 26)

Cases by county:
— Barnstable: 1,286 (1,280 on May 26)
— Berkshire: 539 (537 on May 26)
— Bristol: 6,779 (6,733 on May 26)
— Dukes: 26 (26 on May 26)
— Essex: 13,778 (13,670 on May 26)
— Franklin: 317 (315 on May 26)
— Hampden: 5,845 (5,796 on May 26)
— Hampshire: 843 (840 on May 26)
— Middlesex: 20,706 (20,691 on May 26)
— Nantucket: 13 (13 on May 26)
— Norfolk: 7,880 (7,863 on May 26)
— Plymouth: 7,656 (7,632 on May 26)
— Suffolk: 17,596 (17,533 on May 26)
— Worcester: 10,647 (10,557 on May 26)
— Unknown: 309 (297 on May 26)

United States by the numbers, as of May 27:
— Total confirmed and presumptive cases: 1,662,414 (1,662,414 as of May 26)
— Total deaths: 99,031 (98,261 as of May 26)
— Jurisdictions reporting cases: 55 (50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the U.S. Virgin Islands)

A "presumptive positive case" is a person who has tested positive by state officials but has not yet been tested by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If the CDC gets a positive result for coronavirus, it becomes a confirmed case.

Other developments this week:

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker announced on Tuesday a new plan to combat food insecurity around the commonwealth, which Baker said has risen sharply as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The plan will direct $56 million in state funds to support local food banks and food distribution programs.

Memorial Day weekend usually marks the unofficial start of the summer tourist season on Cape Cod. But with strict guidelines in place for shops, restaurants and accomodations like short-term rental homes, the season so far has been a lot quieter.

The pandemic has upended “the experience economy” across the country. But that may have led to a big opportunity for drive-in movie theaters.