Coronavirus cases from Tuesday to Wednesday reached a daily record with more than 100,000, according to the World Health Organization. Four countries were responsible for two-thirds of the new cases. (CNBC)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have published a 60-page document of guidelines for reopening. The document provides suggestions for reopening restaurants, workplaces and schools in different phases. Originally, the document was rejected by the White House. (Bloomberg)

Haven, the Amazon, JPMorgan and Berkshire Hathaway health venture, experienced two years of high turnover and lack of progress, according to STAT. Data scientists, software engineers and other employees were found to have left to join the three companies who started Haven. (STAT)

AstraZeneca and Merck’s prostate cancer treatment received approval from the Food and Drug Administration. This came days after Clovis’s prostate cancer treatment was approved. (Endpoints)

Today is our MM&M Pre-Conference webcast with Marc Iskowitz and Dr. Tania Elliott. Join at 1pm ET for a discussion on “Crisis as Crucible for Care: How COVID-19 has Forged a New Role for Telemedicine and Communications.” (MM&M)