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President-elect Joe Biden will publicly receive the COVID-19 vaccine on Monday.
Biden transition officials announced Friday that the president-elect and his wife, the first woman to arrive, Jill Biden, will receive their shots in their home state of Delaware.
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And incoming White House press secretary Jane Saki said Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris and her husband, incoming second gentleman Doug Amhoff, would get their shots next week. Both Biden and Harris have intervening time according to the guidance of medical experts to avoid the possibility of experiencing the side effects of the vaccine at the same time.
Calling it a “medical miracle”, Vice President Mike Pence received the newly approved coronavirus vaccine in public on Friday morning.
Pence, another woman Karen Pence and surgeon general Jerome Adams were all vaccinated in front of cameras in the vice president’s office in a program broadcast on national television.
“Karen and I are more than happy to be out before we head out to take this safe and effective coronavirus vaccine that we have secured and produced for the American people,” the Vice President emphasized.
And he insisted that “hope is on the way.”
The first dose of Pfizer and BioNotech coronavirus vaccine was launched on Monday in health care workers, who are in the forefront in the fight against an epidemic that has killed more than 311,000 people since the virus first scorched the country in February Was. And march. The vaccine was authorized for emergency use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last week, and the first dose was given to all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. On Thursday, a second vaccine manufactured by drugmaker Modern was recommended by the FDA advisory panel for emergency use approval.
Biden told reporters on Wednesday that “I don’t want to get ahead of the line, but I want to make sure we demonstrate to the American people that it’s safe to take it,” Biden told reporters in his hometown Dale of Wilmington on Wednesday said. “When I do this, I will do it publicly, so all of you can complete it.”
Former Presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama have said that they will inspire the public to take the vaccine as well as instill confidence in Americans.
Officials with the Trump administration are discussing how and when President Trump may receive the vaccine but have not yet made a final decision, people familiar with the plans told Globe Live Media.
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