US officials and Pfizer discuss 3rd vaccine shot to stop Covid variants: US need additional $ 6 billion
Representatives of the pharmaceutical company Pfizer and a number of US officials have come to negotiations on the need for a third vaccine shot against Covid-19 due to the virus's ability to mutate and develop irresponsiveness to artificial immunity created by vaccines.
Covid variants pose no real threat, the U.S. says. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but, as we understand, the money from the budget will not be spent by itself, so more bribes are needed or perhaps they predict lawsuits against companies amid irreversible adverse reactions to the vaccine.
Money for compensation must be taken somewhere, and where, if not from the federal budget, which is replenished at the expense of taxpayers and health insurance.
Therefore, the purchase of the vaccine for another 300 million injections should close the financial gap in the company's budget.
Experts from the CDC were invited to the briefing, as well as the main medical loser Anthony Fauci, whose propaganda tools changed from complete indifference to the pandemic to wearing two or more masks on his face.
Health professionals say they don't have enough data to assess this kind of impact on the pandemic.
“There are studies being done now ongoing as we speak about looking at the feasibility about if and when we should be boosting people… there’s a lot of work going on to examine this in real time,” Anthony Fauci said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Each shot of the vaccine now costs $ 19.50, which will eventually cost Americans more than $ 6 billion.
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