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  1. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-01-26/pfizer-to-deliver-u-s-vaccine-doses-faster-than-expected-ceo Pfizer Inc. will be able to supply the U.S. with 200 million Covid-19 vaccine doses by the end of May, two months sooner than previously expected, according to its top executive. Chief Executive Officer Albert Bourla said Tuesday that the drugmaker and its partner, BioNTech SE, will be able to deliver the doses to the U.S. well before an earlier July 31 deadline due to a change in the vaccine’s label that allows health-care providers to extract an additional dose from each vial. In all, Pfizer and BioNTech have said they plan to produce 2 billion doses in 2021, a 50% increase from estimates given last year.
  2. Ehh, I don't think so. It would have been a middle of the road decent hit. None of the 3 films before GvK has made over $570m. KOTM only made $387m. The Kong factor may have juiced it a bit upwards vs KOTM, but it still wouldn't have crossed $550m.
  3. Deaths are dropping fast. I wonder if that's mainly due to the most susceptible to death being the first group vaccinated, or another factor.
  4. All is proceeding as we have foreseen..... At least in the US. Not sure how some of the other problem countries are doing.
  5. Definitely a film where you need to shut off your brain and just enjoy the monster battles.
  6. Just to make some offhand predictions for the end of Q1 (so this would be looking at the data on March 31st).... 2.3M 7-day dose average. 65K daily cases 1300 deaths 48k hospitalized
  7. The most important part of this article is the following, IMO... "Pfizer has committed to provide 200 million doses of Covid-19 vaccine by the end of July, and Moderna said it will deliver a total of 200 million doses by June, or the end of the second quarter of the year." 400 million doses just from those 2, not including the J&J vaccine that will start distributing towards the end of February/beginning of March, or other vaccines coming in the time frame, means we should be able to first dose vaccinate at least 70% the adult population in this country by the 4th of July and fully vaccinate at least 50% by then. Hopefully soon (by the end of Q1) we will have seen a precipitous drop in Covid hospitalizations/deaths in the US.
  8. Definitely possible, since Endgame's domestic presale was nearly $200m.
  9. Can I make a club for the O/U of how long this release date sticks?
  10. This is the only acceptable solution if they don't do a hybrid release on the current dates. Move Black Widow to July 9th, move Shang-Chi to September 3rd. Everything else stays the same.
  11. It has happened, brothers and sisters. I have been chosen! Soon I will become clean and pure. Purified by the goddess Moderna. Look upon me and know me.
  12. From your own article... "So far, the virus does not appear to have become resistant to COVID-19 vaccines, says vaccinologist Philip Krause, who chairs a WHO working group on COVID-19 vaccines."
  13. Looking at the numbers, I'm not really worried about this film at this point. I expect a hybrid release just to make people comfortable, but at least 80 million people will be fully vaccinated by May 7th (in the US). Couple in the fact that north of 30 million people will for sure have had the virus (the real number is probably 3x higher) and I expect more than 50% of the population will have immunity. It'll be enough for a decent amount of theaters to be open and seating to be available.
  14. The biggest vaccination campaign in history has begun. More than 37.9 million doses in 50 countries have been administered, according to data collected by Bloomberg. The latest rate was roughly 2.41 million doses a day, on average. (WORLDWIDE) Vaccinations in the U.S. began Dec. 14 with health-care workers, and so far 13 million shots have been given, according to a state-by-state tally by Bloomberg and data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In the last week, an average of 844,387 doses per day were administered. (United States) https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/covid-vaccine-tracker-global-distribution/
  15. We increased (in the US) by 1.1 million doses administered over yesterday. I figure we will average around 1 million daily doses the rest of the month. https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/covid-vaccine-tracker-global-distribution/?
  16. Just like I’ve been saying. This isn’t linear acceleration, its exponential. Production, distribution and injection will all continue to rise. There’s no reason we shouldn’t be at 3 million doses a day by April.
  17. That’s just over 1 million doses a day. They did 700k in the last 24 hours. A month from now, it’ll be double that. It’s not different than the Covid testing ramp up from back in March/April.
  18. Better? Yes, I'm sure. Bigger? In terms of movie scale, perhaps. In terms of box office though, it's highly unlikely.
  19. Doing some back of pad number runs on expected vaccination rates, and it's looking like they will have administered about 65 million doses (in the US) by the end of February. Around 170 million by the end of April, and approximately 350 million by the 4th of July. Given this, plus those already with immunity due to having had the virus itself, that means we probably reach herd immunity in the US sometime in June.
  20. Ahh ok. I remember Fauci said either late 2 weeks ago or early last week that they were already doing about 500k a day. Either way, by the end of February we should be needling out 2 million doses daily. Extrapolate a continued ramp up through June and at least 150 million people should be fully vaccinated by Independence Day (US). Probably half of that 150 million coming in May and June. So will Black Widow release at the beginning of May with approximately 75 million people fully vaccinated? Time will tell.
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