Friday's business headlines

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos told employees to cancel all meetings Friday, Juneteenth.

Amazon is the latest high-profile company to instruct employees to take time off on Juneteenth.

Coronavirus-related moratoriums on evictions and foreclosures will be extended, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

People with federally-backed mortgages are now protected from evictions and foreclosures through at least August 31.

The agency said it will continue to monitor the virus and update its policies as needed.

As Moderna prepares to launch a Phase 3 trial of its COVID-19 vaccine in July, the company’s CEO says there’s a high probability that the company’s products could reach distribution in 2021.

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