Pfizer boss tests positive for COVID-19 again
Bourla says he's feeling fine even though he's only had four COVID shots.
Albert Bourla, chief executive of Pfizer, announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time in two months.
After contracting COVID-19 last month, Bourla started a course of Pfizer’s oral antiviral treatment, Paxlovid. Sounds familiar, right? The only difference between the rebound experienced by Joe Biden, Jill Biden, Dr. Fauci and seemingly everyone else who has taken Paxlovid, is that Bourla’s rebound occurred at least a month after taking the drug, instead of the usual rebound beginning much sooner.
According to Bourla, he has received four doses of the vaccine his company developed alongside its German partner BioNTech, but missed out on getting the new bivalent booster due to contracting the disease just last month.
Some don’t believe Bourla’s story
While it is easy to distrust the CEO of Pfizer, Bourla’s announcement that he’s "feeling well and symptom free,” even though he hasn’t had the updated vaccine, isn’t a great marketing gimmick for the new shot. If you can feel well and symptom free without getting the new jab, why bother?
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