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FACTBOX-U.S., UK spend billions to take lead in securing coronavirus vaccines

The United States and United Kingdom are leading a rush to strike deals with drugmakers to reserve supplies of experimental coronavirus vaccines, as the race to develop a safe and effective vaccine reaches the final stages of testing. There are currently no approved vaccines for COVID-19, with over 25 candidates being studied in humans. The following is a list of supply deals for potential vaccines th

FACTBOX-AstraZeneca's potential coronavirus vaccine

The European Union has agreed to buy at least 300 million doses of AstraZeneca's potential COVID-19 vaccine, with an option to buy another 100 million. Drugmakers are racing to combat the pandemic that has killed about 760,000 people and infected nearly 21 million. There are no approved vaccines for COVID-19, but AstraZeneca's shot is widel

FACTBOX-Latest on worldwide coronavirus spread

New Zealand extended a lockdown in the country's biggest city in response to the first national coronavirus outbreak in months, while Britons were rushing back from summer holidays in France ahead of the planned 14-day quarantine for all travellers from across the Channel.

GRAPHIC-Take Five: Impasse!

1/WALL STREET WATCHES WASHINGTON U.S. lawmakers negotiating a fresh dose of stimulus have reached an impasse.

GRAPHIC-Take Five: Impasse!

1/WALL STREET WATCHES WASHINGTON U.S. lawmakers negotiating a fresh dose of stimulus have reached an impasse.

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