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Here's Why the Bad News About the Pfizer Vaccine Isn't So Bad

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Here's Why the Bad News About the Pfizer Vaccine Isn't So Bad
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When we think of the Pfizer (NYSE: PFE) coronavirus vaccine, we think of strong performance. The company wowed the global health community when it reported overall efficacy of more than 90% in six-month follow up of its phase 3 clinical trial. Pfizer has fully vaccinated more than 86 million Americans and is the leading vaccine provider in other countries too -- such as Israel.