One-third of U.S. parents don’t plan to have their children vaccinated for the flu during the pandemic, according to the newly released National Poll on Children’s Health. Two-thirds of parents don’t think the pandemic makes it more important for their children to get the flu vaccine. (CNN)

Pregnant and lactating women should be included in COVID-19 vaccine and treatment trials, according to two members of the Gynecologists’ COVID-19 Expert Work Group. While they presently are being excluded from those trials, they were high-priority vaccination candidates during previous pandemics. (STAT)

Young adults between 20 and 29 years of age now account for the highest incidence of coronavirus cases in the U.S., with adults in the 30-39 age group comprising the second largest group of cases, according to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control. (NBC News)

Lawsuits from workers who claim that were infected with the coronavirus while on the job, and subsequently spread the virus to family members at home, could cost U.S. businesses billions of dollars. (Reuters)

None of the 54 COVID-19 patients who suffered cardiac arrest while being treated at a Michigan hospital survived their illness, according to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine. The 100% mortality rate occurred even though 29 of the patients had been revived through cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). (U.S. News & World Report)