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Pfizer CEO Now Admits Two Dose Vaccine Offers No Protection Against Infection or Severe Disease, Third Dose May Reduce Hospitalization


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Pfizer CEO Now Admits Two Dose Vaccine Offers No Protection Against Infection or Severe Disease, Third Dose May Reduce Hospitalization

 

In an ordinary time, this admission from the CEO of Pfizer would end all the COVID-19 rules, regulations and vaccination passport efforts.  Alas, we are not in ordinary times.

Admitting that none of the vaccines have any value in stopping people from contracting the infection, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla stated the following earlier today.  WATCH:

[01:35] “We know the two-dose vaccine offers very limited protection, if any. The three doses with a booster, offers reasonable protection against hospitalization and death.”

 

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3 hours ago, Woody said:

Sounds like three shots is the new baseline and you'll eventually need a fourth.  I wonder where the new omicron shot will figure into all of this.  :niterider:

They're working on a new shot for that. People don't realize that Big Pharma only sees us a meat bags to make a profit from with their magic juice. They could care less if you're perpetually sick as long as the cash rolls in and TOO MANY people don't die from their McVaccines.

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