Doctors call on the World Health Organization to acknowledge the coronavirus can spread in the air. The organization is reviewing an article published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases that addresses how the virus can remain in the air long enough to infect people. The WHO has previously stated that airborne transmission is only a concern during high-risk procedures. (AP News)

Becton Dickinson’s rapid antigen COVID-19 test has received emergency authorization approval from the Food and Drug Administration. The test produces results in 15 minutes and can be administered in places like urgent care centers, doctor’s offices and retail pharmacies. (Reuters)

Coronavirus hospitalizations increased by 5% or more in 23 states on Sunday, according to the COVID Tracking Project. The number of coronavirus cases is increasing in 36 states. (CNBC)

Immunomedics’ breast cancer treatment was found to reduce tumor progression and death by 59% in comparison to chemotherapy, according to results from a clinical trial. The drug, Trodelvy, led to longer survival rates for patients with aggressive metastatic breast cancer. (STAT)

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