The pandemic may have played Hell on small business and service industries, but for companies like Pfizer, it was an absolute windfall. They want the gravy train to keep moving along.
But there is a problem with that plan. Even Biden’s administration has begun turning the page on the pandemic.
Without the organized fear propaganda, the public might not have a reason to line up for another jab. If there’s no public demand, the government might not fund it. And if the government doesn’t fund it… Pfizer won’t get a payday.
So, what is the Pfizer CEO doing now?
In the wider sense, he’s making his pitch to keep the money flowing. He wants to normalize a yearly shot.
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said on Sunday that a fourth dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be necessary to continue to help keep hospitalizations manageable and sicknesses more mild.
“Right now, the way that we have seen, it is necessary, a fourth booster right now. The protection that you are getting from the third, it is good enough, actually quite good for hospitalizations and deaths,” Bourla said while appearing on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
“It’s not that good against infections but doesn’t last very long. But we are just submitting those data to the FDA [Food and Drug Administration], and then we will see what the experts also will say outside Pfizer,” he added.
In August, the FDA fully approved Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for people at least 16 years old or older. A third dose of Pfizer’s vaccine has been granted emergency use authorization. —TheHill
The 4th dose would also require emergency use authorization.
But is there REALLY still an emergency to justify that authorization?
We have many states that have long since returned to normalcy… and they aren’t overrun with mortalities because of it.
Organisms and nations have this in common — an ongoing fight-or-flight status takes a toll.
Do you think Pfizer has a point, and we should keep offering boosters? Or do you think it’s a total cash grab that should be laughed out of town.
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