The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reversed its stance on airborne COVID-19. The agency published a guidance on Friday warning about airborne transmission of the virus, but backtracked saying it was published in error. (Politico)

A group of Black doctors formed a task force to vet a coronavirus vaccine. The independent group was organized by the National Medical Association. Experts on the task force will vet COVID-19 drugs, vaccines and government recommendations. (STAT)

Celebrate the 2020 MM+M Hall of Femme and Women to Watch today. Join our virtual celebration of the Hall of Femme Awards and Collective, featuring panels with this year’s honorees. (MM+M)

Senators urged a bankruptcy judge to not allow Purdue to pay its CEO a $3.5 million bonus. The group of Senators said CEO Eric Landau may have overseen “criminal activity” during his tenure at the company. (STAT)

Teladoc accused telehealth rival Amwell of infringing on its patents. Teladoc specifically pointed to Amwell’s digital scope and stethoscope tools as infringing on its patents. The company also demanded Amwell stop using these products. (STAT)