UnitedHealth and Microsoft have launched an app for employers to screen workers for COVID-19. The app, called ProtectWell, provides a daily symptom screener for employees and directs them to testing if they exhibit any symptoms. (CNBC)

Hologic COVID-19 test was granted emergency use authorization by the Food and Drug Administration. The diagnostic test can provide initial results in about three hours and process more than 1,000 tests in 24 hours. Hologic expects to produce 1 million tests per week. (Reuters)

The Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine will be priced fairly, Oxford researchers said. The director of the team developing the vaccine said ensuring wide distribution and low cost have been central to the project from the start. (Reuters)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued guidelines to reopen schools, businesses, daycares, restaurants, mass transit and camps. The checklists come after many states already decided to reopen. (Washington Post)

Blueprint Medicine’s stomach cancer treatment was declined approval by the FDA. The drug, Ayvakit, is already approved to treat certain patients with gastrointestinal stromal tumor. (Reuters)