Black adults have been 10% to 26% more likely to report symptoms of psychological distress in recent weeks, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey. In the week after George Floyd was killed, 40.5% of Black adults reported symptoms of anxiety or depression, compared with 33.1% of white people. Some young Black people shared their thoughts on the mental effect of COVID-19 and police brutality. (STAT)

Moderna to begin final stage of testing for its COVID-19 vaccine in July. The company plans to start a trial of 30,000 volunteers in July. The company has selected the 100-microgram dose of the vaccine for the late-stage study. (Reuters)

The coronavirus pandemic is accelerating in Africa, said the World Health Organization. Cases in African make up only 3% of global cases. African countries are also suffering a shortage of test kits, according to the WHO. (Reuters)

Regeneron began human trials of its coronavirus treatment. The company will test its treatment, two engineered antibodies, in two placebo-controlled studies of hospitalized and non-hospitalized COVID-19 patients. (BioPharma Dive)

The U.S. has not made moves to withdraw from the WHO, despite President Trump’s announcement at the end of May. The administration has not formally notified the organization or paid outstanding debts, which would both be required to leave the group. (STAT