Pfizer, Moderna will rake in a combined $93 billion next year on COVID-19 vaccine sales: report

https://www.fiercepharma.com/pharma/pfizer-moderna-will-rake-a-combined-93-billion-next-year-covid-19-sales-says-analytics-group 

 If you think Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna are making a fortune on COVID-19 vaccine sales this year, just wait for 2022.

The messenger RNA shot producers are projected to break the bank next year, generating combined sales of $93.2 billion, nearly twice the amount they are expected to rake in this year, says Airfinity. The health data analytics group puts total market sales for COVID-19 vaccines in 2022 at $124 billion, according to data seen by The Financial Times. 

Pfizer vaccine sales will reach $54.5 billion in 2022 and Moderna’s will hit $38.7 billion, Airfinity predicts. The estimates blow the consensus figures of $23.6 billion for Pfizer and $20 billion for Moderna out of the water.

RELATED: Pfizer now expects COVID vaccine sales to reach $33.5B this year, a whopping $7.5B bump from its estimate 3 months ago

“The numbers are unprecedented,” Rasmus Beck Hansen, CEO of Airfinity, told the Financial Times. 

Sales of the mRNA shots will continue to escalate in 2022 through booster use and countries stockpiling to protect against variants, Airfinity said. Pfizer will generate 64% of its sales and Moderna 75% of its from high-income countries in 2022, the analysts believe.

While the figures may be astonishing, sales of the vaccines have already surprised even their producers. After predicting in April that it would generate $26 billion in vaccine sales this year, Pfizer boosted the figure to $33.5 billion when reporting second-quarter results. At the same time, Bernstein analyst Ronny Gal said the company could ring up an additional $10 billion in vaccine sales in 2021. 

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8 months ago

Larry Ellison buys another Lake Tahoe resort
Bay Area News GroupOctober 13, 2021 at 10:48 a.m.
Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison has bought another resort on Lake Tahoe’s north shore, paying $345 million for the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe.
The property is in Incline Village and a few miles from the stateline resort Cal Neva, which Ellison also owns.
According to Washoe County property records, the deal last month encompassed the 16-acre main Hyatt property and an adjacent 8½-acre parcel on the lake’s shore that now contains cottages and a restaurant.

In this article months before Covid rich “collecting so many properties along the lake”,
“Or is it something more secretive?” He indicating Covid19? Yes,I think? You?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/jimdobson/2019/07/07/lake-tahoe-billionaire-real-estate-how-mark-zuckerberg-larry-ellison-and-others-are-changing-the-area-forever/?sh=36b01af02b55

Lake Tahoe Billionaire Real Estate: How Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Ellison, And Others Are Changing The Area Forever
Jim Dobson
Jul 7, 2019

The real question is, why are the world's wealthiest individuals collecting so many properties along the lake like players in an extravagant game of Monopoly? Is it because of the well-known Nevada tax benefits, or is it something more secretive?

They were meeting before,,

The world Economic Forum Annual Meeting global risks talking???? Billionaire connected to this certainly!!
Aug 23, 2019 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting. 22 25 January 2019 Davos-Klosters, Switzerland. Home · About · Programme. Session loading. Sessions …
The Global Risks Report 2019 – The World Economic Forum
Jan 15, 2019
World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2020
May 29, 2019
More results from http://www.weforum.org

Or the bat cave baloney!!

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