The narratives are falling apart one by one.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla admitted that boosters are not ideal and he wants a yearly vaccine.
This begs the question — why would you mandate something that isn’t ideal?
— The Hill (@thehill) January 24, 2022
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla on Saturday said people getting COVID-19 booster shots every four to five months is “not a good scenario” and argued that an annual vaccine would be a better approach to fighting the virus.
Bourla told the Hebrew publication N12 News in an exclusive interview that the best way to combat COVID-19 is a vaccine that can be administered every year, not with boosters received every few months, according to Reuters.
“This will not be a good scenario,” he said when asked about people getting booster shots every four to five months, per the wire service. “What I’m hoping [is] that we will have a vaccine that you will have to do once a year.”
“Once a year â€” it is easier to convince people to do it. It is easier for people to remember,” he continued. “So from a public health perspective, it is an ideal situation.”
Bourla said Pfizer was seeking to create a vaccine that could counter omicron in addition to other strains of the virus “that could be a solution.”
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