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Albert Boutla is Pfizer CEO, and he couldn’t enter Israel because he’s not fully vaccinated.
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See what he shared on March 10:
Excited to receive my 2nd dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech #COVID19 vaccine. There's nothing I want more than for my loved ones and people around the world to have the same opportunity. Although the journey is far from over, we are working tirelessly to beat the virus. pic.twitter.com/ES05WPBLJA
— AlbertBourla (@AlbertBourla) March 10, 2021
They dare to vaccinate us, but they don’t want to get the vaccine! Now, Boula’s pretending that he has already taken both of the Pfizer doses.
Below you can see the reactions of this exposed lie:
Albert Bourla The C.E.O. of Pfizer was recently caught with his pants down, after he was denied entry into Israel for not being fully vaccinated.
The very same people pushing the vaccine on you for profit aren't taking it themselves.
— The Quill Press (@Squidward3424) August 5, 2021
The Jerusalem Post reported:
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla has canceled his expected visit to Israel after it turned out he has not been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, N12 reported Friday.
According to the channel, Bourla, as well as members of the delegation that was meant to accompany him during his visit, have not received the second dose of the vaccine.
As a result, it was decided to delay the visit by several days, which also posed a logistic challenge because of the upcoming Israeli elections.
Becker News reported on the cover-up of the lie:
A Pfizer spokesperson sought to dispel rumors he wasn’t fully vaccinated, as was reported by the USA Today.
“That report is categorically false,” Pfizer spokeswoman Sharon Castillo told USA TODAY via email. “Dr. Bourla has been fully vaccinated with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.”
Bourla told Axios on HBO that he felt “liberated” after receiving the doses of the vaccine. But he might want to slow down on his feelings of liberations, after the CDC reported that the fully vaccinated can spread the Delta variant of COVID.
While the Food and Drug Administration is expected to give Pfizer vaccines its seal of approval early next month, there are new side effects being reported.