Pfizer Vaccine: CEO of Pfizer kept running away ignoring the questions related to ineffective vaccine: VIDEO

Albert Bourla, chief executive officer of US-based pharmaceutical company Pfizer, appeared to run away from questions related to the ineffective vaccine. Despite this the journalist followed him. To which he just said thank you and have a nice day.

Albert Borla, CEO of US-based pharmaceutical company Pfizer, repeatedly ignored questions related to the efficacy of the Corona vaccine. One of his videos related to this is going viral. In fact, during the meeting of the World Economic Forum, Albert Bourla was asked many questions regarding the ineffective corona vaccine, but he did not think it right to answer. 

Albert Borla kept avoiding questions

A reporter for Rebel News asked Albert Bourla several questions. One of which was the question of why the manufacturer company kept secret the fact that Pfizer’s vaccine did not stop the transmission of the virus. However, the Pfizer chief repeatedly dodged these questions and was heard merely saying ‘thank you and have a nice day’. 

According to the report, the journalist was heard asking the question that you (Pfizer) said it was 100 per cent effective, then 90 per cent, then 80 per cent, then 70 per cent, but now we know the vaccine does not prevent transmission. Why did you keep this information a secret. 

Journalist did not stop stalking Albert Bourla

Even after these questions, the journalist continued to pursue Albert Bourla. In another question, he was heard saying whether this is the time to apologize to the world and refund countries that bought ineffective vaccines. In the early days of the vaccination campaign, the US-based pharmaceutical company had placed a condition, which protects the company from court action if the vaccine is ineffective. 

India’s Minister of State for Information and Technology, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, shared a video of a reporter’s interview with the CEO of Fider in Davos. Through this tweet, he targeted Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi, P Chidambaram and Jairam Ramesh. He claimed that all three were promoting foreign vaccines in India.

Pfizer CEO gets ambushed in Davos on the company’s vaccine

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