Pfizer executive admits COVID-19 vaccine was never tested for transmission prevention

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A senior Pfizer executive, Janine Small, has revealed that the Pfizer Covid-19 mRNA vaccine was never tested for transmission prevention.

During a European Union Parliamentary hearing on Monday, while being questioned by Dutch Member of Parliament Rob Roos, Janine Small, Pfizer’s president of international development markets, revealed the shocking detail before the European Parliament’s COVID-19 advisory board.

Small appeared in parliament on behalf of Dr. Albert Bourla (CEO of Pfizer) who was called before the panel.

As per a media report, Roos asked, “Was the Pfizer Covid vaccine tested on stopping the transmission of the virus before it entered the market? If not, please say it clearly. If yes, are you willing to share the data with this committee? And I want a straight answer, yes or no, and I’m looking forward to it.”

To which Small responded that Pfizer did not know the vaccine would prevent transmission before releasing it to the public.

“Regarding the question around, um, did we know about stopping the immunization before it entered the market?” Small was questioned.

“No,” she admitted, and in her defense, stated that the company had to move at the speed of science.

Small went on to say that Dr. Bourla was well aware of the global need, and as a result, Pfizer spent US $2 billion to research, develop, and manufacture at risk to ensure that the company was in a position to help with the pandemic.

Roos – who is an opponent of Europe’s Covid-19 Passports – described the answer as “scandalous” via Twitter.

Millions of people around the world felt compelled to get vaccinated due to the myth that “you do it for others”, he said in the video.

“Now this turned out to be a cheap lie. This should be exposed,” Roos demanded.