CNBC’s Meg Tirrell joins ‘Closing Bell’ to report on what Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said at The New York Times DealBook conference. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:
Bourla’s comments come as millions of eligible adults in the U.S. have yet to get vaccinated even though the shots have been available to most Americans most of this year. Public health experts say misinformation is likely playing a large role.
According to a survey published Monday by the Kaiser Family Foundation, more than three-quarters of U.S. adults either believe or aren’t sure about at least one of eight false statements about Covid or the vaccines, with unvaccinated adults and Republicans among those most likely to hold misconceptions.
Among the falsehoods are that Covid vaccines contain microchips, cause infertility and change one’s DNA, according to the survey.
Bourla said Tuesday that life for many people can go “back to normal” once many of the unvaccinated get vaccinated.
“The only thing that stands between the new way of life and the current way of life is, frankly, hesitancy to vaccinations,” he said.
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Tiêu đề video: Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla: People profiting from vaccine conspiracy theories are criminal
Độ dài: 00:01:17, Ngày đăng: 2021-11-10 05:23:52
Tác giả: CNBC Television
Link gốc: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NseBs58KxrI