President Donald Trump is set to discuss the coronavirus pandemic with G-7 leaders in a conference call on Thursday morning.
He will be joined by the leaders of the U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Canada and Japan.
Trump last spoke with the group as a whole on a conference call on March 16. Much has changed in the world since then, when fewer than 100 people had died in the U.S.
The U.S. was set to host of this year’s G-7, which was to be held at Camp David in June, before Trump canceled the gathering three days after that last videoconference in March.