Pfizer is going to quadruple the price of its Covid vaccine, company announces
· Oct 22, 2022 ·


Now that the sweet sweet government gravy train is getting ready to dry up, Pfizer is planning to wring every last buck they can out of every last COVID shot:

Pfizer Inc expects to roughly quadruple the price of its COVID-19 vaccine to about $110 to $130 per dose after the United States government's current purchase program expires, Pfizer executive Angela Lukin said on Thursday. ...

The U.S. government currently pays around $30 per dose to Pfizer and German partner BioNTech SE. In 2023, the market is expected to move to private insurance after the U.S. public health emergency expires.

"We are confident that the U.S. price point of the COVID-19 vaccine reflects its overall cost effectiveness and ensures the price will not be a barrier for access for patients," Lukin said.

Pfizer reaching into people's wallets like:

Note that the company honestly believes that this is a sound economic plan:

Reuters earlier on Thursday reported that Wall Street was expecting such price hikes due to weak demand for COVID vaccines, which meant vaccine makers would need to hike prices to meet revenue forecasts for 2023 and beyond.

So wait...people don't want these shots so their solution is to charge more money for them?

Good luck Pfizer, let us know how it works out for you!

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