The Senate will vote again on an insulin price cap that was stripped from the Inflation Reduction Act by Republicans. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said that he plans to bring the $35 cap back up for a vote this fall. (The Hill)

A lawsuit by the state of Texas has targeted coverage for preventive care. The state is challenging birth control, anti-HIV medicine and more. (NPR)

The Food and Drug Administration has authorized the use of Bavarian Nordic’s monkeypox vaccine Jynneos via intradermal injection. The authorization could increase the total number of available doses five-fold. (Reuters)

China has closed Potala Palace after an outbreak of COVID-19 in Tibet. The decision was motivated by an outbreak in the country’s Himalayan region. (AP)

Colleges are preparing to educate incoming students about monkeypox. Fearing that they could become monkeypox hotspots, universities are concentrating on reducing viral spread. (CNN)