Greek President Pfizer contacted the CEO By phone Congratulations to him for developing the vaccine against Govt-19 quickly and easily.
Pfizer’s chief executive, Albert Burrell, told President Caderina Sogelroboulo that he hoped to get the vaccine in a few weeks.
“Everyone wants the vaccine to contribute to the effective treatment of the disease,” he said.
On Monday, Pfizer announced that its test vaccine was more than 90% effective in preventing COVID-19 based on the initial data from a major study, which was a major success in the fight against the infection.
Greek-born Pfizer is president and CEO Albert Burr said “today is a great day for science and humanity” and he is “very happy”.
“But at the same time, sometimes it brings tears to my eyes when I realize the end of nine months, the day and night work of many and how many people, billions, invested hopes… I never thought it would be 90%,” he said.
“We are in a position to offer some hope,” said Dr. Phil Grooper, senior vice president of medical development at Pfizer. Associated Press. “We are very encouraged.”
The analysis was performed after 94 participants in the experiment developed COV-19, and looked at how many of them had been vaccinated and how many had received placebo, but had no effect on what looked like the vaccine. Patients do not know what they are getting.
The study found that participants who received the 2-dose vaccine were protected from the virus 28 days after the vaccine was started.