Pfizer’s CEO rapped for making ‘misleading’ statements about children’s vaccines

For now this is a soundbite that relates only to the UK, but with authorities in Portugal still extolling the merits of vaccinating children against Covid-19, it is worth sharing, to show that British pharmaceutical watchdog (the PMCPA – standing for Prescription Medicines Code of Practice Authority) has taken the side of parents pressure group UsForThem in accepting that remarks made by Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla about the merits of vaccinating children from the ages of 5-12 were “completely misleading”. A code of practice panel convened by the PMCPA has found that Pfizer breached the code in a number of different ways, “including by misleading the public, making unsubstantiated claims and by failing to present information in a factual and balanced way”, reports the Telegraph.