Disinfo: Pfizer directors sold their shares alarmed over vaccine's deaths

Summary

The deaths and health deterioration caused by the “Pfizer-BioNTech ” vaccine are a result of the usage of Ribonucleic acid to produce it.

Many suspected that the contents of the Pfizer vaccine during clinical trials differ from the contents of the vaccine during its manufacturing.

All indications point out that Pfizer directors were aware of the problems that arise while using their vaccine. Its general manager, Albert Bourla, disposed his stake in the company’s shares on the same day that the clinical trials were concluded at the same time the company’s shares rose by 15 per cent. The company’s vice president, Sally Susman, has also sold her shares.

Disproof

Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about vaccines.

Up until the 20th of January, the World Health Organization states that it is "not aware of any deaths linked to the Pfizer vaccine, nor any other vaccine".

The Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines are the first RNA (ribonucleic acid) vaccines ever to be approved for use against any disease. However, researchers have been using the technology for a while, and people have been given RNA vaccines in clinical trials for other diseases, like cancer. Before any vaccine can be approved for use it must go through rigorous testing, to make sure it is safe, as well as effective.

According to WHO’s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE), Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 mRNA vaccine is safe and effective. Nevertheless, there are specific populations for whom vaccination is not recommended.

On another note, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and executive vice president Sally Susman decision to sell their company's stock was part of a prearranged scheduled plan. Thus, there is no evidence the stock plan had any bearing on the timing of the announcement, according to the “Financial Times”.

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