Pfizer CEO Drops The Bomb And Reveals What Can Control Covid 19 From Now On

Pfizer CEO Drops The Bomb And Reveals What Can Control Covid 19 From Now On
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The pandemic seems to be getting closer and closer to its end with the lighter variant called Omicron. Although this variant of the virus is more contagious, as you probably know by now, it has lighter symptomatology for most people. Anyway, the pandemic is expected to become endemic soon. 

Omicron around the world and the end of the pandemic 

Amidst the terrible stress that we’re living under for the past two years, it seems that there might be a light at the end of the tunnel after all and the end of this nightmare could be closer than we might have ever hoped. 

Check out the latest reports coming from one of Pfizer’s board members. 

It’s been just revealed that an extremely important pharmaceutical executive is saying that pandemic-related restrictions could be relaxed.

This is happening as cases decline in some areas following a surge of the milder Omicron variant.

Dr. Scott Gottlieb is a former director of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and current board member at Pfizer. 

“I think certainly on the East Coast, where you see cases declining dramatically, we need to be willing to lean in and do that very soon I think as conditions improve we have to be willing to relax some of these measures with the same speed that we put them in place.”

This is what could control covid 19

Pfizer also reveals the elements that could be able to control covid 19. 

The CEO, Albert Bourla said Monday that he hopes the virus will be “controlled” by annual vaccinations and pills to treat illness when people get sick.

 


Albert Bourla just said on CNBC that annual covid shots could become the norm, just like yearly flu shots.

“We will have perfectly normal lives, with just injection maybe once a year. And the pill in case we are sick will make it more flu like rather than life-threatening disease.”

He added the following:

“Two doses of the vaccine offers very limited protection, if any.”

Stay tuned for more news about the novel coronavirus and 


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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