Congress Eyes Vaccine Pricing With Spotlight On Pfizer As COVID Boosters Look More Likely
Senate hearing offers early signals that US lawmakers will be closely watching how COVID-19 vaccine pricing evolves. Biden team pledges to try to make contracting more transparent.
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