More than 90% of federal employees subject to a vaccine mandate have received at least one dose, the White House said Monday. 95% of the federal workforce has either been vaccinated or have a pending exemption request. (Reuters)

Former Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes testified for the first time in her fraud trial. The focus is now on the defense after the government rested its case on Friday. (The New York Times)

Sanofi is partnering with Chinese tech giant Baidu to access the firm’s AI algorithm and mRNA therapies. Despite recent setbacks, Sanofi plans to move ahead with investment in its mRNA pipeline. (Endpoints News)

Researchers have developed a wearable sensor that can detect open-wound infections before the naked eye can. The hydrogel and electronic sensor can be attached directly to a wound to identify certain bacteria. (STAT)

Measles cases fell in 2020 and incidence of the disease has dropped by 94% in the last two decades, according to new data from the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, COVID-19 has hindered the measles vaccination effort worldwide. (The Washington Post)