The Department of Health and Human Services will begin gathering data on the number of hospital healthcare workers and patients receiving COVID-19 vaccines. Data on vaccinations will help hospitals prepare for staffing shortages, as well as help ensure vaccines are being distributed equally. (The Wall Street Journal)

After the Food and Drug Administration twice rejected the company’s diabetes implant, Chinese investor Luxin Venture Capital Group pulled its investment from biotech unicorn Intarcia Therapeutics. Intarcia is now auctioning lab equipment in order to stay in business, STAT reported. (STAT)

Three House Democrats said they had tested positive for COVID-19 after last week’s riots at the Capitol. Rep. Brad Schneider, Rep. Pramila Jayapal and Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman all said they are currently self-isolating. (AP)

One year after leaving Spark Therapeutics, hematologist Kathy High will join AskBio as president of therapeutics. Bayer recently bought AskBio for $2 billion as part of its push to develop cell and gene therapies. (Endpoints News)

Starting on Jan. 26, international travelers will be required to test negative for COVID-19 within three days of flying to the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced. Despite a drop in international travel, the CDC says the measure is designed to reduce the spread of the virus. (CNBC Weekly)