“Antibody levels are dropping seven months after immunization among some vaccine recipients,” said BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin. His company helped develop a coronavirus vaccine with American big pharma company Pfizer.
Sahin’s statement is part of a wider push by pharmaceutical executives to sell people on the supposed need for a third booster dose of the coronavirus vaccine. The goal here is not to protect people against COVID-19, but for pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer and BioNTech to keep profiting off people’s fear of getting infected.
The BioNTech CEO made his recent comments regarding the alleged immunizing effect of his company’s vaccine after preliminary data emerged from Israel showing that people who received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in January were three times more likely to get infected than those who got vaccinated in May.
In early May, Sahin previously stated that a third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine will be necessary after a year, and annual booster doses will be necessary every 12 to 18 months after.
Sahin’s counterpart in Pfizer, CEO Alberta Bourla, has also been pushing for people to get a booster dose 12 months after becoming fully vaccinated.
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