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Pfizer CEO receives first dose of Corona vaccine

The newspaper "Daily Mail" revealed that Pfizer CEO received the first dose of the vaccine, as Albert Burla, CEO, said that he had now obtained his first dose of the vaccine, despite heading the first company to obtain approval from the USA.

Burla confirmed in December that he would not skip his turn to get the vaccine, as Burla, 59, lives in New York, where those people, who are 65 or older, frontline workers, some essential workers, and people with certain underlying conditions are entitled. Get vaccinated.

The Pfizer CEO said he had finally got his first dose of his company's coronavirus vaccine, as the 59-year-old CEO pledged in December that he would wait his turn to get the vaccine.

And according to his word, on Monday, after becoming eligible, Burla was vaccinated in New York, where he lives with his wife.

Burla confirmed that he will not be immune enough to return to some semblance of normal life until about two weeks after his second dose, but according to the new guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), next month Burla will be able to see other people who have been fully vaccinated, inside. And without a mask.

The Burla vaccination came shortly after the United States approved a third coronavirus vaccine produced by Johnson & Johnson.

The "Daily Mail" newspaper said, "Johnson's vaccine is distinguished by that it is only one dose different from the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, which require two doses to provide immunity."

In the experiments, the three vaccines appeared to prevent 100% of corona deaths and nearly all hospitalizations.

Burla urged Americans to take any vaccine available to them as soon as it is shown to them, as he confirms that all three vaccines work equally well for the most important measures.

Vaccines concluded clinical trials in late fall and early winter, before the variants became a major threat.

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