The US remains to be negotiating extra coronavirus vaccines, in keeping with Pfizer CEO

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Pfizer (NYSE 🙂 CEO Albert Bourla said Monday the company had not yet signed an agreement with the US to provide 100 million more coronavirus vaccine doses in 2021 and told CNN that it was still delivering the drug in the second or third Quarter of the year.

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