Pfizer CEO has a better idea than boosting doses of Covid and calls it 'ideal situation'
Pfizer CEO, in an interview, was asked about booster doses. Albert Bourla said that they are looking for an opportunity, ie a vaccine that could become annual. So people go once a year to get vaccinated against Covid, just as they do against the flu every early fall. This will make it even easier for them to remember that they have a task to perform and will not forget the date or postpone it.
"Once a year - it's easier to convince people to do it. It's easier for people to remember. So from a public health perspective, it's an ideal situation. "We are asking if we can create a vaccine that covers Omicron and does not forget about the other variants, and that could be a solution," Bourla said.
According to worldwide infection figures, it is clear that the vaccine does not prevent the spread of Omicron, Covid's new variant, which is why it protects up to 90% of hospitalizations. So the search continues…