CVS and Rite Aid will limit sales of the Plan B contraceptive pill to ensure equitable access. The companies are allowing customers to purchase three courses of Levonorgestrel at a time. (NBC News)

The U.S. government has re-upped its supply of Eli Lilly’s COVID mAb treatment. The country will pay $275 million for 150,000 doses of bebtelovimab, which is the last monoclonal antibody treatment left to attack the latest strain of Omicron. (Endpoints News)

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said the reversal of Roe v. Wade will cost lives. He noted the organization’s belief that safe abortion is health care and that curtailing access to the procedure will disproportionately effect women from poor communities. (AP)

The U.S. will offer 1.6 million monkeypox vaccine doses to states with high case rates The Department of Health and Human Services stressed that monkeypox presents a minimal risk to public health and that vaccines will be offered to those with more likelihood of contracting the virus. (Fox News)

The Food and Drug Administration voted in support of including an Omicron-specific component in COVID-19 boosters. The agency’s independent advisory committee said it believes the Omicron component will ultimately broaden immunity. (CNN)