Pfizer CEO Albert Burla had to postpone a visit to Israel because he was not fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. This was reported by The Jerusalem Post
Burla and members of the delegation could not receive a second dose of the vaccine, so the visit to Israel had to be postponed until late spring. In December, the head of Pfizer said he would not “get in line” and would wait for his age group to be vaccinated.
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