Dr. Peter Hotez Talk Pfizer Announcement: 'The News Is Good' | Katy Tur | MSNBC 1

Dr. Peter Hotez Talk Pfizer Announcement: ‘The News Is Good’ | Katy Tur | MSNBC

 

Dr. Peter Hotez joins Katy Tur to discuss Pfizer's latest findings, and the J&J factory mix-up. Aired on 04/1/2021.
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Dr. Peter Hotez Talk Pfizer Announcement: 'The News Is Good' | Katy Tur | MSNBC

39 comments

  1. Received my first Pfizer on march 25th. The last on April 15th. So far, haven’t had an issue with it. I know many out there are talking smack about vaccines. The way I look at it. When you get in a car, most people put on a seat belt. Well, the vaccine is my safety belt. It may not prevent you getting covid, but at least your immune system will be able to tackle it. It’s everyone’s decision. Stay safe folks !

    1. I wonder how many antivaccers were vaccinated as children and their lives were saved because they had it done like everyone else to keep herd immunity in place

    2. @Freedom Bow-ner This is true. But like another commenter mentioned. We couldn’t step into school without being vaccinated as children, for things such as chicken pox, and more. Now some of these adults are acting like idiots.

    3. Lucky you here in the UK we don’t get our 2nd vaccine till about 10 weeks after the first one which I had on March the 6th I should be due my second one on the 10th or 21st of May which is way to long between each dose

  2. Isnt it great getting good news after all the drama of the orange blight’s administration? _thanks president Joe!_

  3. Better news is that N.Y. and Georgia are closing in on the orange blight, _let the indictments begin!_

    1. That’s a popular copy and paste I’ve already seen yet the sheep still like it like the brainwashed fools they are.

  4. Unshipped vaccine problem is a mistake but good thing we have safeguards to detect it prior to release

  5. Thankfully this type of quality control measures happen every day in America. The real problem would be if this didn’t happen. This story should sound more like praise than blame.

    1. I’m getting my second jab on Monday. Happy dance in about 3 weeks when my immune system will be fully primed and ready if needed.

  6. Forget the J&J Factory. I’ll be at the C&C Music Factory if anyone needs me!

    I’ll show myself the door now.

  7. If Pfizer vaccine provides immunity for 6 months that means that, to be safe, everybody who gets it should renew it twice per year for as long as the virus is in circulation. So we are in it for the long run, even with the vaccine.

    1. No. There is only 6 months of definitive data. In 6 more months they’ll be able to tell us it’s effective for 12 months. Hopefully.

  8. Listen closely to the words he uses. It’s still an experimental technology and he has no clue about it’s long term effects.

  9. it happens because mortals are not omniscient and they are fallible. don’t look for perfection; look for improvement.

  10. 15M mistakes. Glitch? That is 5M more than Traitor Trump and Azar ordered.
    US ineptitude again. Maybe US mass shootings will even things out.

  11. Can’t wait for the updated info for the moderna. I’m hoping it’s just as good against the new variants.

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