Eli Lilly’s monoclonal antibody treatment effectively reduces levels of the coronavirus in COVID-19 patients. Preliminary analysis of the treatment, which combines two antibodies, also showed that had lessened the levels of the virus on nasal swabs of patients after 11 days. (STAT)

Nevada has ordered its nursing homes to stop using two rapid coronavirus tests. The tests, made by Quidel and Becton, Dickinson and Company, yielded a spate of false-positive results. Separate laboratory tests of positive antigen tests reported by Quidel and BD yielded a 60% error rate. (The New York Times)

Vaccine manufacturers shouldn’t ask for emergency use authorization of a coronavirus vaccine, according to the head of Operation Warp Speed. Dr. Moncef Slaoui suggested that vaccine makers refrain from submitting an EUA request unless they have several million doses available at industrial scale. (Time)

The 2020 MM+M Awards took place virtually last night. Take a look at the winners and honorees. (MM+M)

The vast majority of people infected with the coronavirus displayed none of the main symptoms of the disease on the day they were tested, according to a study by University College London. Researchers found that, among those testing positive, 86 percent didn’t have a fever, cough or loss of taste or smell. (AP News)