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Sports Pfizer plans to sell for $ 33.5 billion from Vaccines against COVID-19 this year

20:23  28 july  2021
20:23  28 july  2021 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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  Pfizer prévoit d’écouler pour 33,5 milliards de dollars de vaccins contre le Covid-19 cette année © Copyright 2021, Obs

The American Laboratory Pfizer plans to sell this year for $ 33.5 billion from Vaccines against COVID-19 developed in partnership with German Biontech, thanks to orders for 2.1 billion doses around the world.

It is more than the $ 26 billion on which the group said about it in May, and even more than the $ 15 billion estimated in February.

"The speed and efficiency of our efforts with Biontech to help vaccinate the world against CIVID-19 is unprecedented, with now more than one billion doses delivered at the scale of the planet," has Reacted the group's CEO, Albert Bourla, cited in the second quarter results statement.

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Sales could still grow, because Pfizer / Biontech recommends a third dose of its vaccine to make it more efficient, at the moment when the very contagious Variant delta causes epidemic outbreaks in Asia and Africa and causes the number cases in Europe and the United States. This variant appeared initially in India is the most contagious listed since the appearance of the pandemic early 2020.

The Alliance mentioned in early July "Encouraging results" of tests for a third dose and planned to request the authorization for a third dose of its vaccine, in the United States and Europe.


A turnover between 78 and 80 billion dollars

strong of its upward sales, the company logically recorded its annual turnover and profit forecasts.

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He now anticipates for the set of 2021 a turnover included in a range of 78 billion and $ 80 billion, compared with 70.5 billion at $ 72.5 billion in May, carried by its sales of vaccines. -Covid who have already reported $ 11.3 billion over the first six months of the year.

on the second quarter, the Group achieved a turnover of $ 18.9 billion, almost twice a year earlier (+ 92%) and above the expectations of analysts that were on 18 , 45 billion. Quarterly net profit increases by 59% to $ 5.5 billion.


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