Pfizer has been a lot in the spotlight during this pandemic, and things seem to continue these days as well. Starting in 2020, the covid 19 pandemic managed to change our lives, and this is probably for good. Now, the exec of Pfizer has a few things to say regarding some allegations about the distribution of the vaccine in Europe. Check out more details below.
Pfizer exec addresses covid vaccines in Europe
It’s been just reported that he has “categorically” ruled out that the pharma giant’s chief executive agreed on the European COVID-19 contract via mobile phone text messages.
According to fresh reports, the executive was involved in negotiating a covid vaccine bulk supply agreement with the European Commission.
“The European Commission signed a third contract with BioNTech SE and Pfizer for an additional 1.8 billion doses of its COVID-19 vaccine,” Benzinga’s official website notes.
According to the same reports, a new agreement will initially supply 900 million doses of the vaccine with an option to request up to an additional 900 million doses.
As per the same online publication, some interesting quotes have just been released.
“As to whether a contract negotiation such as this contract which you referred to, 1.8 billion doses, was negotiated through an SMS, I can categorically tell you that would not be the case.”
This is what Janine Small, president of international developed markets at Pfizer, told the European Parliament’s special committee on COVID-19 on Monday.
The same notes revealed the fact that the Reuters report says that the executive also added that such talks involve far too many people on both sides and take far too long to be conducted via mobile phone texts.
“I know that because I was involved in all the negotiations and discussions starting in 2020,” Small said. Check out the original article in order to learn all the available details.
Rand Paul addresses covid stimulus
Not too long ago, we revealed that the Us senate candidate Rand Paul’s statements that he released via Twitter.
The COVID stimulus spending was one of the greatest scams in history and we’ll be paying for it for decades to come. https://t.co/vtqaBWZVeh
— Rand Paul (@RandPaul) October 6, 2022
Based Politics notes that in an episode of their podcast “The Daily” this week, The New York Times said that “when it comes to pandemic aid, the United States government made it shockingly easy to commit fraud.” Check out the previous article that we posted not too long ago in order to learn more about this.