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Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine earned about $37 billion in sales in 2021, the product’s first full year on the market, while revenue predictions for 2022 fell short of analysts’ expectations, sending the company’s stock down over 5%.
Pfizer claimed in its latest quarterly earnings report released Feb. 8 that the company’s two-dose COVID-19 vaccine, dubbed Comirnaty, produced $36.78 billion in revenue for 2021. (pdf).
Pfizer’s full-year revenue in 2021 was $81.3 billion, up 92 percent from the previous year. Without the contributions from Comirnaty and Pfizer’s COVID-19 antiviral medication Paxlovid, revenues increased by only 6% to $44.4 billion for the year.
Pfizer’s Chief Financial Officer, Frank D’Amelio, stated in a statement, “We just concluded a year where we provided tremendous value to society, including to both patients and shareholders,” “We exceeded our goal of delivering 3 billion doses of Comirnaty in 2021,” D’Amelio said, describing it as “a monumental and unprecedented success.”
Pfizer’s vaccine sales statistic has been questioned by Global Justice Now, a UK-based advocacy group, which points out that the $37 figure is roughly seven times the funding shortfall in the Covax program, a global dose-sharing scheme.
“Big pharma has made more than enough money from this crisis. It’s time to suspend patents and break vaccine monopolies,”
The Covax program, which is funded by the WHO and the Gavi vaccine alliance, has stated that it will require $5.2 billion in funding to support the global distribution of COVID-19 vaccines this year.
Covax has virtually ran out of money to acquire auxiliary products like syringes, according to Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi, who told the Financial Times in January that the company could not accept any further vaccine dose donations.
“It doesn’t mean we’ve spent every penny of the money we’ve received,” Berkley told the source, “but a lot of the money has to be held to pay for dosages that we’ve committed to.”
Meanwhile, Pfizer doubled its quarterly revenues to $23.8 billion in the fourth quarter, compared to the final quarter of 2020, thanks to $12.5 billion in Comirnaty sales. In the fourth quarter, Paxlovid, which was approved in December, brought in $76 million.
Without contributions from sales of the vaccine and the antiviral pill, Pfizer’s revenues would have declined 2 percent in the fourth quarter.
Pfizer reported fourth-quarter adjusted earnings of $1.08 per diluted share. That’s more than double the $0.43 the drugmaker reported a year earlier and well ahead of consensus forecasts of $0.87.
Overall sales for 2022 are expected to range from $98 billion to $102 billion, falling short of analysts’ expectations of $105.48 billion. Pfizer estimates revenues of $45 billion to $47 billion this year without sales of Comirnaty and Paxlovid, according to D’Amelio in prepared remarks.
Pfizer forecasts $32 billion in sales for its COVID-19 vaccine this year, a deficit from Wall Street expectations of $33.79 billion.
According to D’Amelio, positive results in vaccination revenues in 2022 is unlikely.
“While we can’t predict what may be needed due to Omicron or other variants,” he said in prepared remarks, “I would also caution you that there is less potential upside to this guidance through the year than there was in 2021, when the vaccine was newly available and few people had received any doses of the vaccine”.
Paxlovid sales are expected to produce $22 billion in 2022, according to Pfizer, compared to $22.88 billion predicted by experts.
“Unlike the situation for Comirnaty, demand for Paxlovid should have upside from these levels” D’Amelio added, “depending on the outcomes of discussions with certain governments and potential purchases for stockpiling against future coronavirus pandemics,”
According to D’Amelio, Pfizer intends to produce 4 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses by 2022.
If America wasn’t so divided, they’d take a second to notice that this company has raked in an incomprehensible amount of money as a result of the plandemic. Big pharma will continue to funnel money into its pockets with our tax dollars until the mandates are repealed and alternative measures are deemed effective. Even so, if that were to occur we’d see further political polarization between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated.
Everything about the vaccine mandates are completely counterintuitive, and inevitably result in an inexcusable two tiered society. If people are looking for someone to bully, I pray i’m the first candidate. We can take care of that without a second wasted. People need to understand that there are lines that cannot be crossed, strangers have no business knowing our medical information. Matthew 5:10-12 says: “Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. “Blessed are you when others revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account. Rejoice and be glad, for your reward is great in heaven, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you.” Stay inquisitive in the word of God, and the world around you.
Dr. Anthony Fauci was notified in a private teleconference that the CCP virus had most certainly leaked from a Chinese laboratory, yet he continued to promote the alternative narrative that it had spontaneously emerged, according to new evidence.
The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Anthony Fauci, may have initiated efforts to cover up evidence pointing to a laboratory leak as the source of the CCP virus, according to redacted emails recently made public.
Evidence reveals that Fauci swayed a highly influential academic study that was initially published on February 16, 2020, before being published in the prestigious science publication Nature, which ruled out such a possibility.
Five virologists collaborated on the research article, titled “The Proximal Origin of SARS-CoV-2,” four of whom joined Fauci on a teleconference on Feb. 1, 2020.
At least three of the paper’s authors indicated during the phone conference that they were “60 to 80% convinced” that the CCP virus came from a lab, a point they repeated in emails following the call.
Public claims of a possible relationship between the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China and the CCP virus outbreak surfaced at the time, but Fauci and other medical professionals disregarded these reports as conspiracy theories.
This includes Peter Daszak, founder of EcoHealth Alliance, the nonprofit that funneled United States grant money to scientists in Wuhan and the other authors, who published a statement that read, “We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin.”
In an interview with EpochTV’s “Crossroads” program, Jeff Carlson and Hans Mahncke, hosts of “Truth Over News,” argued that the latest data suggests that Fauci was fully aware that the CCP virus had likely leaked from the Wuhan lab in China, but deliberately pushed a different narrative.
“Proximal origin takes the firm side of the natural origin for the virus. And it’s been used by the media and by the government to debunk any talk of a lab leak. As a matter of fact, that’s what was used to push back on anybody saying anything like that was the established science,” Carlson added.
“Well, the first version of proximal origin was finished on the very same day as the teleconference. So just sort of let that sink in, at the time that Fauci and Collins [National Institutes of Health head Francis Collins] and Farrar [Jeremy Farrar, the head of the UK’s Wellcome Trust], the senior funding, the heads of our health institutions are being told privately that it’s anywhere in the range of 60 to 80 percent likely that this virus has a lab origin, they complete the first draft of proximal origin, which is later used to promote a narrative of a natural origin as opposed to a lab leak origin for the virus,” Said Carlson.
Despite evidence to the contrary, Carlson and Mahncke claimed that Fauci went public with the assertion that he was uninformed of the claims being made by academics attending the teleconference.
“What’s new about these emails are the details that have come out through these unredacted emails. Before when there was that email dump, all the emails were basically redacted 95 percent or so or just gray, gray, gray… so now we know what’s behind those redactions, some of them, and what we found out is the level of detail that the scientists already knew at the time about the engineered features of the virus,” Said Mahncke.
“So all the stuff that we’ve found out in the past two years, they knew all that on Feb. 1, 2020 … and instead of alerting the world to the fact that there’s an engineered virus that’s hitting the world, Fauci does the exact opposite. He goes out there and says, ‘No, this is all natural,’” Mahncke stated.
Fauci was requested to help create a response letter to the Trump White House’s query about the virus’s origins at a meeting of the National Academy of Sciences on Feb. 3, just two days after the teleconference with the authors of “The Proximal Origin of SARS-CoV-2.” In which he reiterated his belief that the CCP virus emerged naturally rather than from a laboratory.
“So right from the start, Fauci is pushing really hard and in various forums, all in the same direction, natural, natural, natural,” Mahncke said. “But at the same time, he was told not only that it’s very likely that it came out of the lab, but he was told the details; that to me is very fascinating.”
Fauci denied having interacted with the authors when asked explicitly during his testimony before Congress earlier this month.
Although data gathered by US intelligence agencies and other experts suggests that the CCP virus developed in a lab, other officials argue that it has a natural origin.
EcoHealth Alliance utilized government money to fund research on bat coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, according to records obtained by The Intercept in connection with a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by the publication against the National Institutes of Health.
We live in a peculiar time, in which people will blindly disregard logical explanations for catastrophes such as this one. Additional context and a wider perspective of global politics is needed to make sense of the bold claims we make about these disgusting people. But to defend the credibility of these people while disregarding a logical explanation for the origin of this virus, displays an irrefutable lack of longing for the truth. It would be unwise to go about your life assuming that nobody seeks to see you suffer. Evil exists, and you don’t deter it by ignoring every sign brought to your attention.
The internet has proved to be a place in which you can tune into various frequencies in search of a perspective that best fits your narrative. I could make up an argument on the fly and back it up with facts pertaining to my argument. With that being said, the news about COVID-19 is terrifyingly polarizing. There is a spectrum, by which all narratives of the COVID-19 agenda are carefully presented to anyone conducting research. The opposing sides of the spectrum are those who are sold on the COVID-19 pandemic, and those who aren’t sold at all.
But it becomes extremely important that we listen to our gut, when we notice that someone is eyeballing something that rightfully belongs to you. Our civil liberties are merely gods gift to man interpreted by men of power. No man, woman, government, organization, forum, or anything will prosper as a weapon against God. With that being said, when our God given rights are at stake, it is probably best to question the integrity of those who propose the removal of such rights. In summary, if you’re not a “conspiracy theorist” you probably aren’t asking very many questions about the world around you.
My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.Hosea 4:6
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