United Airlines will begin offering free rapid COVID-19 tests to travelers on certain flights a week from Newark to London. From November 16 through December 11, passengers above age two will receive Abbott Laboratories’ rapid ID Now tests, which take about 15 to 20 minutes. (The New York Times)

Moderna has begun preparing to launch its potential COVID-19 vaccine globally. The drugmaker has supply agreements with North America and the Middle East and is in talks with the World Health Organization’s COVAX program. (CNBC)

Children comprise about 11% of coronavirus cases in the U.S., up 14% in the last two weeks, according to a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Children also represent between 1 and 3.6% of total COVID-19 hospitalizations, depending upon the state. (WebMD)

Takeda is planning to import and distribute 50 million doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate. The company said it would begin to supply the vaccine during the first half of 2021. (Reuters)

Merck CEO Ken Frazier shared that COVID-19 treatments aren’t currently a “silver bullet.” Instead, social distancing measures should still be taken and masks should be worn to curb the pandemic. (CNBC)