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Finance Watch: Atea Pharmaceuticals Raises $215m For COVID-19 Antiviral

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Private Company Edition: Atea and Phlow receive big money for big COVID-19 problems – treatments and manufacturing capacity. Also, Cowen raises a $493m fund and antifungal developer Amplyx increases series C round to $90m, among other recent VC deals.

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