COVID-19 Vaccine: US Drugmaker Pfizer Now Expects US$33.5 Billion Revenue
28 July 2021Pfizer, a US drugmaker Wednesday sharply increased its 2021 projection for revenues tied to its COVID-19 vaccine forecasting generating US$33.5-billion in sales instead of US$26-billion predicted in May. The company which has partnered with Germany's BioNTech on the vaccine is estimating to deliver 2.1 billion doses. Pfizer Chief Executive Albert Bourla said more than a billion doses of the vaccine have been delivered, saying "the speed and efficiency of our efforts with BioNTech to help vaccinate the world against COVID-19 have been unprecedented." Pfizer said the pre-tax profit margin on the COVID-19 vaccine sales was in the "high-20s" in terms of per cent, the same as the earlier forecast. The drugmaker reported second-quarter profits of $5.6-billion, up 59 per cent from the year-ago period on a 92 per cent increase in revenues to $19 billion.
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