Hospitals are now reporting their coronavirus data to the Department of Health and Human Services. They were given two days’ notice to begin using the new portal. The Trump administration also linked the distribution of remdesivir, a treatment for COVID-19, to the use of this new portal. (CNBC)

The U.S. is planning to pay $2 billion to Pfizer and BioNTech for their coronavirus vaccine if it proves successful. The price for the vaccine has been set at $19.95 and it requires two doses. This will allow the government to receive 100 million doses. (Bloomberg)

California has now passed New York for the largest number of coronavirus cases in the U.S. The state has had over 409,000 cases since the pandemic began. New York still has the most deaths per state with 32,520 people having died from the virus. (AP News)

The U.S. could suffer from personal protective equipment shortages again, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator Pete Gaynor. He told the House Committee on Homeland Security that states with increasing COVID-19 cases could face “micro-shortages” due to reliance on overseas suppliers. (CNBC)

Teenagers with cystic fibrosis are sharing social distancing tips in a campaign from Area 23. Because they’ve dealt with social distancing throughout their lives, they’re sharing advice with other teens for coping with the COVID-19 lockdown. (MM&M)