Routine vaccinations for children have fallen during coronavirus pandemic. Vaccinations almost completely stopped in March and April. There was a 2.5 million-dose decline in orders of regular childhood vaccines and a 250,000 decrease in measles vaccine orders during that time. (STAT)

Abbott’s COVID-19 is highly likely to produce correct results, according to a study. Researchers reported the test had a specificity of 99.9% and a sensitivity of 100%, suggesting it would produce very few false positives and no false negatives. (Reuters)

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New York City has partnered with Salesforce to build a contact tracing program. The program will track and test contacts of anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 to help slow the spread of the virus. (CNBC)

Countries should return to “basic principles” of public health surveillance, said World Health Organization health emergency expert. The WHO said countries need to focus on surveillance efforts like finding potential infections and quarantining people, as many countries try to reopen. (Reuters)