President of Pfizer refuses to release patents for Covid-19 vaccines

President of Pfizer refuses to release patents for Covid-19 vaccines

The president of Pfizer, Albert Bourla, said Thursday that he rejects the proposal supported by USA to temporarily suspend patents on vaccines against coronavirus covid-19, and rather suggested accelerating its production in existing plants.

In an interview with AFP, Bourla claimed that his company, which developed a vaccine together with the German BioNTech, is not “at all” in favor of the American call to lift the patents that protect the drug against covid-19.

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