A Pfizer executive said Monday that neither she nor other Pfizer executives had any idea whether the COVID-19 vaccine would stop transmission before it hit the market last year.
Member of the European Parliament Rob Ruth During the session I was asked: “Was Pfizer’s COVID vaccine tested to stop transmission of the virus before it hit the market? Did you know that the vaccine would stop before it hit the market?”
Janine Small, President, International Developed Markets, Pfizer, said:
Roos of the Netherlands claimed in a Twitter video on Monday that millions of people around the world have been duped by pharmaceutical companies and governments, following Small’s comments to him.
“Millions of people around the world feel compelled to vaccinate because of the ‘do it for others’ myth,” Roos said. “Now this has turned out to be a cheap lie,” he added, “and should be exposed.”
The Epoch Times reached out to Pfizer for comment.
what was said
Food and Drug Administration Written in late 2020 There were no data to determine whether vaccines prevent infection and for how long they can prevent infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19.
“At this time, no data are available to determine how long the vaccine will provide protection, and there is no evidence that the vaccine prevents human-to-human transmission of SARS-CoV-2,” the agency said. succinctly stated.
Meanwhile, Pfizer CEO Albert Vora said his company is “not sure” whether people who get the mRNA vaccine can transmit COVID-19 to others. said.
“I think this needs to be looked into. I’m not sure at this point,” Bourla told NBC News in December 2020 in response to a question about contagiousness.
Former White House medical adviser Dr. Deborah Birx revealed in June 2020 that there was evidence that individuals who received COVID-19 vaccines, including those from Pfizer, could still transmit the virus. did.
“As early as January 2021, in late December 2020, we knew that reinfection was occurring after natural infection,” said the former White House COVID-19 response coordinator in the Trump administration. Burks told members of Congress earlier this year.
‘I’m not going to get COVID’
Many officials in the United States and around the world claimed that the COVID-19 vaccine could prevent transmission. Among them, President Joe Biden said in July 2021, “If you have these vaccines, you won’t get COVID.”
Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to the Biden administration in May 2021 Said An interview with CBS suggests that vaccinated people are a “dead end” for COVID-19 and do not transmit the virus. “Being vaccinated not only protects the health of yourself and your family, but it also contributes to the health of your community by preventing the spread of the virus throughout your community,” Fauci said.
Two months later, in late July of that year, Fauci Said that vaccinated people can transmit the virus.
In the coming months, Fauci, Biden, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Wallenski and others argued that the vaccine would prevent severe illness, hospitalization and death from COVID-19.