The Biden administration announced that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is lifting COVID-19 testing requirements for air travelers entering the country. The measure has been in place since January 2021 and the CDC will reassess its decision in 90 days. (USA Today

The vaccine rollout plan is already underway for children under 5. The first COVID-19 vaccinations for children under 5 could start as early as the week of June 20. (CNN)

Activist Investing disclosed its 9.9% stake in Titan Pharmaceuticals. Activist CEO David Lazar said that the stake increase was “a result of our belief in the prospects of the company and its ability to unlock significant stockholder value through a strategic transaction.” (Seeking Alpha)

An op-ed argued that the U.S. needs a labeling system for pharmaceutical prices. “We propose, however, a simple solution: A standardized pricing guide, akin to the nutritional information panel on most food products, that generates definite information about the costs for a given drug to a given patient with a given insurance plan,” the authors wrote. (The Washington Post)

Experts expressed surprise that highly effective, new weight loss drugs aren’t more widely used. Obesity doctors and researchers said that, compared to an older class of weight loss drugs, new medications are impressive, especially for individuals whose obesity has caused chronic conditions such as heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. (NBC News)