All three major Covid-19 ‘vaccine’ manufacturers have unveiled new names for their ‘fully authorized’ jabs, even as two pharmaceutical companies await FDA approval for their products. Following the lead of Pfizer/BioNTech, which branded its ‘fully authorized’ (and oddly, unavailable) vaccine “Comirnaty,” the second and third largest manufacturers for Europe and Canada, Moderna and AstraZeneca, are also relabeling their Covid shots.
“The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is Comirnaty, the Moderna vaccine will be named SpikeVax, and the AstraZeneca vaccine will be named Vaxzevria,” Health Canada said in a tweet Thursday. “These are only name changes. There are no changes to the vaccines themselves,” Health Canada added in an attempt to quell confusion. But even vaccine supporters were confused by the name changes.
That wasn’t the only thing that is raising questions, however. Despite Pfizer having a ‘fully authorized’ vaccine, the vaccine manufacturer admitted that it was still sending the Covid ‘vaccine’ under the label that was initially produced under Emergency Use Authorization in the United States and under Interim Order Authorization in Canada. On Thursday, Pfizer received ‘full authorization’ in Canada, as it stated in a release.