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Why you really need to get the second dose of a two-shot vaccine
If your Covid-19 vaccine requires two doses, not much should change after you get your first shot, experts say.That means more and more people each day in the U.S. are receiving one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine. For the majority, who will receive either the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine, it’s just the first dose; in three to four weeks, they’ll be returning for a second.
Today, a planetary drama, tomorrow an epidemic "like the flu".Albert Bourla, the Director General of Pfizer, renews his faith in his vaccine, developed with Biontech. , this week, this week, down the masks after a Pfizer stamped vaccination campaign, the boss of the American pharmaceutical giant welcomes: "We will be vaccinated and we will have a normal life. Of course, this is only my estimate. Things can evolve. But after all that I saw is the most likely scenario. " Better still: if the vaccination is fast enough, this "return to normal life" could even be done in autumn.
Pfizer's CEO says Trump mentioned the upcoming election when discussing the COVID vaccine
Trump has accused Pfizer of waiting to announce its trial results after the election "because they didn't have the courage to do it before."In an interview with the Carlos Watson Show on Ozy, first reported by The Hill, Bourla said that while Trump never inappropriately pushed him on the vaccine, it was clearly top of mind for the president approaching the November 3 election.
However, continental Europe seems to have fallen behind in its vaccine campaign. Especially when compared to those conducted in Great Britain or. But for Albert Bourla, Pfizer is not to incriminate. "The grass always looks greener at your neighbor!" observes before adding: "We ship every week doses in several places in the 27 countries, with an accuracy of 99.9%. We have destroyed no doses, despite the need to maintain them at -70 ° C. The system works very well. "
For even better running, the boss has also promised more doses for the twenty-seven. "I can not tell you how many doses the other laboratories will make available to the European Union. What I can tell you is that we are going to significantly increase our deliveries to the EU in the coming weeks, " confides.
S. African Covid variant better at bypassing Pfizer/BioNTech jab: Israeli study
The South African coronavirus variant is better at "breaking through" the defences of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine than other forms of the virus, Israeli experts said Sunday. However, one of the authors told AFP that while the study showed the variant to be relatively successful in infecting vaccinated people, it did not provide any data on whether it could generate serious illness among vaccinees. The study by Tel Aviv University and Clalit Health Services, Israel's largest healthcare provider, compared 400 unvaccinated people infected with Covid-19 to 400 partially or fully vaccinated people who also had the virus.
Other news delivered by the CEO, on the American CNBC chain This time: with the uncertainty related to variants, people vaccinated with the Pfizer could receive a third dose in one year, or even six months, then an injection each year. The objective: to renew the protection offered by the vaccine. In the echos, the businessman accurate: "It seems that there will be a recall [a booster], but we can not talk about it precisely before knowing these data, and for the Instant, we only have the data from the first six months after the second injection. "An increasing price
in total, it evokes four times more doses delivered this quarter (250 million, compared with 62 million) and adds to be "under discussion to do more again". and to compensate for the delays and uncertainties brought by Astrazeneca and Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer would even be able to produce more than three billion doses in 2022 for the whole world.
as to the price of the vaccine, higher in the United States and the EU, and which should further increase by 26% in 2022 according to the declarations of the Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borissov,, the CEO argues the "Principle of equity". "Equity means you have to give more to those who need it. We decided to opt for a system at three different price levels. For high-income countries such as Europe, the United States, Japan or Canada, the price is a meal! " more lyrical, the businessman, also a veterinary doctor, cowardly: "These vaccines have an invaluable price, in thousands of billions of dollars, they save human lives."
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