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Pfizer CEO: Kaching! Fourth Vax Jab Needed Soon

'I think we're going to have an annual revaccination and that should be able to keep us really safe...'

Businessman and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla was happy to announce that the fourth booster shot will be needed sooner than originally anticipated in order to address the mild Omicron variant, Summit News reported.

Bourla has made a fortune off of the Coronavirus already, and has been making rounds through the media to stoke fear of the Omicron variant.

As Bourla anticipated, the Pfizer vaccine will not sufficiently address the new variant. All Americans, in his opinion, will need a fourth booster.

In an appearance on CNBC Bourla said, “When we see real-world data, we’ll determine if the omicron is well covered by the third dose and for how long. And the second point, I think we will need a fourth dose.”

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Pfizer apparently created a lab imitation of Omicron in order to study it and create a booster shot to specifically counter the innovative virus.

The Big Pharma exec made sure to sign up Americans for another round of booster shots, soon coming to a pharmacy near you.

“With omicron we need to wait and see because we have very little information. We may need it faster,” he said.

Bourla also built up his own expertise, praising himself for “predicting” the need for another booster and suggesting that jabs become an annual tradition.

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“I made a projection months ago that the most likely scenario is that we would need after the third dose, annual revaccination against Covid,” he said. “I think we’re going to have an annual revaccination and that should be able to keep us really safe.”

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