The Food and Drug Administration has authorized emergency use of Abbott’s coronavirus test. The test detects antibodies in patients to determine if they have been exposed to the virus. The authorization will allow Abbott to ship 30 million tests this month. (Reuters)

Twitter will warn users when a tweet contains disputed or misleading information about the coronavirus. Some tweets will include a label underneath with links to official COVID-19 information, while others might be covered entirely by a warning label. (Associated Press)

The CEO of the Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan venture, Haven, is leaving. Atul Gawande is departing the company after two years as CEO. The company planned to use technology to change health insurance by lowering costs and improving outcomes. (STAT)

State health agencies will distribute experimental COVID-19 treatment, remdesivir. States will decide which hospitals receive vials of the drug, which has shown to speed recovery for COVID-19 patients. Twelve states have already received the treatment. (BioPharma Dive)

The New York death toll from coronavirus may be thousands higher than reported, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An analysis found about 5,000 fatalities that may have been caused by the virus, but weren’t counted as part of the official toll. (CNBC)