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Moderna Applies for Emergency F.D.A. Approval for Its Coronavirus Vaccine – The New York Times

The first shots could be given as early as Dec. 21, if authorization is granted.



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The government has arranged to buy vaccines from both Moderna and Pfizer and to provide it to the public free of charge. Moderna has received a commitment of $955 million from the U.S. governments Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority for research and development of its vaccine, and the United States has committed up to $1.525 billion to buy 100 million doses.
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