Pfizer and BioNTech reach 2 Billion Dollar deal with U.S. Government for Coronavirus Vaccine

Major pharmaceutical companies Pfiser and BioNTech reached a deal this morning with the U.S. Government for a Coronavirus Vaccine. The two companies will worktogether and make 100 million doses were ordered in a deal that is worth 2 billion dollars. An additional 500 million doses will be made if the vaccine works. More than 100,000 people have already signed up to test the vaccine when it becomes available. HHS confirmed US Citizens will not have to pay for the vaccine.