More than half of Americans have said they will not get an approved coronavirus vaccine unless it reduces risk by 50%, according to a survey from STAT and The Harris Poll. The poll also found that if an individual knows someone who has been infected with COVID-19, they are more likely to wear a mask, practice social distancing and get the vaccine. (STAT)

Eli Lilly’s COVID-19 antibody treatment received approval from the Food and Drug Administration. However, U.S. officials noted that administration of the treatment could pose problems as it requires an IV infusion for more than an hour followed by an additional hour of monitoring. (CNBC)

Obamacare is unlikely to be struck down, according to remarks from the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday. The justices commented that Congress removing the financial penalty does not mean the entire law should be repealed. (Reuters)

The Trump administration is working with hospitals to set up temporary medical facilities as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations climb. Monday saw 59,000 coronavirus patient hospitalizations, the highest number of in-patients yet in the U.S.. (Reuters)

The inaugural MM+M Media Summit takes place tomorrow, November 12. Join us for the virtual event which will bring together organizations from all parts of the health-media spectrum to discuss a range of topics. (MM+M)