Bristol Myers Squibb agreed to pay a $75 million settlement after allegedly underpaying Medicaid rebates. In 2013, a whistleblower lawsuit argued that the company underreported average manufacturer prices for several drugs. (STAT)

Pfizer has begun construction on a new plant in Michigan that will produce sterile injectables. The company said the plant will bring some 450 new jobs to the area. (Endpoints News)

Scientists pushed back against comments from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Dr. Rochelle Walensky that vaccinated people don’t carry the COVID-19 virus. Researchers said it’s still not entirely clear whether vaccinated individuals can still get sick or spread the virus to others. (The New York Times)

Backed by government investment, several startups are developing at-home rapid COVID-19 tests. Health experts said rapid tests and vaccinations will be essential in helping schools and offices reopen and stay open. (Kaiser Health News)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidelines for pandemic-era travel. Officials said individuals who are fully vaccinated can fly safely, but still urged everyone to avoid unnecessary travel. (The Wall Street Journal)