The CEO of Moderna says they have to throw away 30 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine due to lack of demand
Moderna Chief Executive Officer Stéphane Bancel spoke at the World Economic Forum about how the company is forced to throw away 30 million doses of their risky vaccine due to a global lack of demand.
From the Epoch Times:
“It’s sad to say, I’m in the process of throwing 30 million doses in the garbage because nobody wants them. We have a big demand problem, Bancel said.
The Moderna chief explained that his company has contacted a number of governments across the globe to see if anyone wants to take the vaccines but it has proven unsuccessful.
“We right now have governments—we tried to contact … through the embassies in Washington. Every country and nobody wants to take them,” he said. “And so the challenge we have right now is very different to the one we had two years ago.”
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“The issue in many countries is that people don’t want vaccines.”
Every single country, yet no takers. How interesting. It’s almost as if a risky vaccine which studies from some nations has proven to have risks which outweigh those of COVID-19 itself in young people is not desirable.
Nations have found themselves just as stuck as Moderna with useless vaccines that nobody wants. While Moderna prepares to release their new booster by fall, the question still remains: who actually wants them?
Booster rates are dropping off as the meme of a 5th and 6th booster starts to look like reality. People don’t want to inject a new poison into themselves every few months for a disease with a low fatality rate.
And indeed, the fatality rate has remained low while hospitalization rates are also low.
Many countries are ready to renegotiate contracts with vaccine companies due to dwindling demand. Moderna is desperate to hold onto their cash cow, but the pandemic is over in most people’s minds.