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Pfizer CEO: “Most likely scenario is annual re-vaccinations”

In case one still hasn’t worked out that these so-called vaccinations are going to be like Windows updates, Pfizer Chairman and CEO Albert Bourla said as much on ABC News’s “This Week”.

When asked about whether the focus should be on boosters or first doses, Bourla answered (2:02):

It’s not er… give boosters or give primary doses to other people. I think the answer should be let’s give both boosters and doses to other people.

When asked whether he agreed with Moderna CEO’s prediction that the pandemic will be over in a year, Boula answered (6.06):

I agree that within a year, I think we will be able to come back to normal life. I don’t think that this means that er… variants will not continue coming. And I don’t think that this means that er… we should be able to live our lives without having immune… without vaccinations basically. But that again remains to be seen. The most likely scenario for me, it is because the virus has spread all over the world, that we will continue seeing er… new variants that are coming out, and also we will have vaccines that will last at least a year. And I think the most likely scenario is annual re-vaccinations, but we don’t know really, we need to wait and see the data.

We will have vaccines that will last at least a year. How reassuring. Well, he’s not outright lying. I guess when Pfizer assessed its own jab to lose approximately 6% effectiveness every two months and that another study released in August found that it has dropped to about 42%, that sounds about right.

In other words, we will be safe if we let them treat us like animals and pets: annual vaccinations.


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