Humans can return to normal life by the end of next year says Pfizer chief

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Covid vaccines could be provided insufficient levels by the end of 2022 after which human life could reach normalcy of the pandemic situation says Pfizer chief, Albert Bourla.

Enough vaccine doses for all

The pandemic scenario which is sustaining globally might end by next year under vaccination, says Albert Bourla, CEO of Pfizer. He said that by the end of 2022 the world countries shall possess enough vaccine doses for all.

In his interview with American business journalist and author Andrew Ross Sorkin at the CNBC Evolve Global Summit on Wednesday, he said as, “I think the whole world will have enough volumes [of vaccine doses] by the end of 2022 to vaccinate, to protect everyone,” he said. “And I think that by the end of this year, the developed world will already be in this situation.”

1 billion vaccines produced

Earlier, the pharma giant made headlines when it produced almost 1 billion vaccine doses last week along with its German partner BioNTech which was a great boost in providing vaccines over many countries.

Bourla added that the Pfizer has been operating over 120 countries but most of its current produce have reached developed nations following their advance orders. Following the 1st stage of vaccine distribution to the developed nations, the firm will start distributing for other countries, he stated.

With the current situation of COVID having a fluctuating effect on different countires, the news from Pfizer chief is sure a fortune for the ears.

What do you feel about the statement from Bourla? Will vaccination produce good results as expected?

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