Pfizer CEO Says 2 Shots Offer ‘Very Limited Protection, if Any’ Against COVID, (Which Proves Mandates For Them Are Insane) • Children’s Health Defense

Two doses of Pfizer’s COVID vaccine — initially referred to as a full regimen — “offers very limited protection, if any” against the Omicron variant, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said Monday during an interview on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”

That’s a far cry from Bourla’s previous claim that the two-dose regimen was “100% effective.”

This latest admission by Bourla is “critically important for the Supreme Court mandate cases,” said Dr. Meryl Nass, because both the employer and healthcare worker mandates require only the first two vaccinations.

“It is hard to see how any mandates could stand up,” said Nass, a practicing physician and member of the Children’s Health Defense scientific advisory committee.

Pfizer CEO Says 2 Shots Offer ‘Very Limited Protection, if Any’ Against COVID • Children’s Health Defense

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