Skip to comments.Europe should be open to Russia's Sputnik V shot amid 'Pfizer monopoly,' vaccine backer says
Posted on 06/30/2021 4:40:10 PM PDT by CondoleezzaProtege
"It's good to have AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, and other vaccines so that prices are reasonable and Europe is not subject to a vaccine monopoly that may be in the process of being created."
In the meantime, a dispute has been brewing in the EU over the potential use of Russia's Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, which was initially the subject of doubts over its clinical data and safety standards and has more recently been seen as a geopolitical tool by Russia which has sold the vaccine to various countries around the world, mainly to its allies.
Interim analysis of phase 3 clinical trials of the shot, involving 20,000 participants and published in the peer-reviewed medical journal The Lancet in early February, found that it was 91.6% effective against symptomatic Covid-19 infection. The EMA is currently evaluating the clinical data ahead of a possible authorization of the shot which would pave the way for the vaccine to be used in the EU.
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And It’s not just an emerging global monopoly over vaccines, but therapeutics as well. At the moment we are all waiting on Pfizer to develop a pill or whatever. 🙄
Strangely any talk of other major Western entities coming into town with their own new vax or breakthrough has strangely disappeared.
Thank You for posting! 👍
Entire vaccine industry for in a domestic is as evil as the day is long
It will run you over destroy your life destroy your children’s lives and say ha ha ha you can’t sue me!!
Demented immoral scientists who play on the ignorance of people when it comes to science and immunology
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