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Coronavirus Update: GSK Signs Non-Coronavirus Deal With CureVac On mRNA Vaccines

Plus: Pfizer And BioNTech Strike UK Deal

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Deal brings in new funding and commercial partner for CureVac, and gives GSK greater stake in fast-developing mRNA field.

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