Pfizer Co. Anticipating for a normal life after new normal


Global pandemic taught all of the so many new things to normalize, and so many things to strictly avoid, after COVID -19 crisis every country is hoping to get back on track because they have suffered more than the acceptable loss amidst lockdown due to corona virus.

This is the concern of every leader on the earth, how to regain everything they lost some of them thinking pessimistic and on the other hand, some are optimistic.

For the sake of optimism, the Pfizer company is hoping and predicting that everything will take back its normal shape in a year. Said the CEO of Pfizer company Mr. Albert Bourla to the media on Sunday in a conference meet at ABC’s.

He said: “I agree that, within a year, I think will we able to come back to normal life,”

“I think the most likely scenario is annual revaccination, but we don’t know really. We need to wait and see the data,”

Mr. CEO also stated that he thinks vaccines for COVID -19 will no longer be needed for other different variants of coronavirus. He assumes vaccines jabbed in, are tough enough to fight new variants and one will not need to vaccinate again within one year with taking proper precautions and protective measures.

Albert Bourla said that the “most likely scenario” was that the world would continue to see new variants and have vaccines that would last “at least a year.”