The CEO of Pfizer said that he has not yet got the updated Covid-19 booster shot. Because he is waiting for the completion of 3 months of his last Covid-19 infection. Let us tell you that earlier in August also Albert Bourla was suffering from infection with coronavirus.
Washington: Albert Bourla, CEO of American pharmaceutical company Pfizer, has been diagnosed with coronavirus infection for the second time in 6 weeks. He tweeted on Saturday and said, ‘My Covid-19 test report has come positive. I am fine and recovering.’ Bourla told that he does not have any symptoms of Covid. He said, ‘While we have made a lot of progress in the fight against this epidemic, the virus is still present among us.’ The CEO of Pfizer said that he has not yet got the updated Covid 19 booster shot. Because he is waiting for the completion of 3 months of his last Covid 19 infection. Let us tell you that earlier in August also Albert Bourla was suffering from infection with coronavirus.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that people who have recently recovered from a COVID-19 infection wait to get a booster dose of the vaccine, at least until the virus has fully recovered from their body. Do not end The CDC says that a person may consider delaying a booster dose of the Covid vaccine for 3 months before the onset of symptoms related to infection.
After recovering from corona infection, antibodies are made against the virus in the human body, which can act as a booster. Studies have shown that people have a relatively low risk of getting infected again for about 3 months after recovery. According to CNN, if the intensity of corona infection is high and there is a risk of community spread, then people with weak immunity will not want to wait for 3 months for a booster shot of the vaccine.