The World Health Organization is reminding the public to be cautious about the use of dexamethasone as a COVID-19 treatment. The positive results are only from one study at the University of Oxford and are still preliminary. The organization also asks that it be saved for serious cases. (CNBC)

MM&M has launched an initiative advocating for equal outcomes in healthcare. #CreateHealthEquity is a call for the industry to create campaigns that convince the world that access to quality healthcare is a fundamental human right. (MM&M)

Hydroxychloroquine has been dropped from the WHO’s study of coronavirus treatments. The decision comes after hydroxychloroquine proved to not be effective at treating COVID-19. (STAT)

Health officials are concerned about President Donald Trump’s indoor rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday. Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Scott Gottlieb have both addressed the safety concerns of holding a large event indoors, where the virus can spread faster than outdoor events. (CNBC)

MM&M is calling on the industry to submit inspirational cover designs for our September Hall of Femme issue. Submissions are due by July 31. (MM&M)