Something Fishy? Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla Says He’s Tested Positive For COVID For Second Time In Two Months

Bourla claims he’s vaccinated (which is an indictment against the vaccine) but could this also be a marketing stunt to promote more shots?


(Washington Post) Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla announced Saturday that he tested positive for COVID-19 — again.

Bourla, who last tested positive for the virus in August, was waiting to receive his bivalent booster vaccine. “I’m feeling well & symptom free,” Bourla wrote in a tweet. “While we’ve made great progress, the virus is still with us.”


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says people infected with COVID-19 can wait three months after first experiencing symptoms to get a jab, as they likely have natural immunity for that span of time after being infected.

The CDC approved Pfizer’s 30-microgram bivalent booster shot on Sept. 1 for people over the age of 12. As of Thursday, the CDC reported that 4.4 million people had received this updated booster, or roughly less than 2% of the U.S. population. Moderna has a 50-microgram dose approved for people over the age of 18.

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