$8.3B in coronavirus funding set in motion as federal agencies ramp up response

The bill approved by both houses of Congress provides more than $2 billion to BARDA, and requires treatments developed using taxpayer money be available to the U.S. government at a "fair and reasonable price."

$8.3B in coronavirus funding set in motion as federal agencies ramp up response
The bill approved by both houses of Congress provides more than $2 billion to BARDA, and requires treatments developed using taxpayer money be available to the U.S. government at a "fair and reasonable price."