The World Health Organization was incorrect in saying it is rare for asymptomatic individuals to spread COVID-19, according to health official Dr. Anthony Fauci. The WHO admitted there is not enough data to make this assertion yet. Facui added that evidence shows 25% to 45% of those infected with coronavirus are without symptoms. (CNBC)

Coronavirus cases are spiking in some states after reopenings began. Hospitalizations in Texas were the highest on Tuesday since the pandemic started. Florida had more than 8,000 cases this week. (Bloomberg)

Human trials for Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine will begin in July instead of September. The same technologies used to develop its Ebola vaccine are being used for the COVID-19 vaccine. (Reuters)

WHO is hoping to work with the United States to curb an Ebola outbreak in the Congo, despite President Donald Trump’s intention to cut ties with the organization. WHO director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus met with U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services last week to discuss the issue. (Reuters)

MM&M’s 2020 events have gone virtual. Find out more about how this will impact the MM&M Awards, Hall of Femme Gala Dinner and Collective, 40 Under 40 Gala Dinner and MM&M Transform conference. (MM&M)