Covid-19: Joe Biden will be vaccinated in public on Monday
The event will take place in front of the cameras to send the message that the vaccine is “safe,” said Friday. Jen Psaki, the spokesperson for the President-elect of the United States.
At 78, he wants to set an example. Joe Biden will be vaccinated against Covid-19 on Monday, December 21, announced the spokesperson for the President-elect of the United States, Friday, December 18. “This Monday, President-elect Joe Biden and [son épouse] Dr. Jill Biden will receive a first dose of Pfizer vaccine in [l’Etat du] Delaware”, Jen Psaki said.
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The spokesperson clarified that the event would take place “in public” to get the message across that the vaccine is “sure”. Future vice-president Kamala Harris will be vaccinated the following week.
Mike Pence, the current vice president of the United States, was administered Pfizer / BioNTech’s vaccine against Covid-19 on Friday, live in front of television cameras. He said to himself “happy to have received this safe and effective vaccine” and assured not to have “nothing felt”. “We are gathered here this morning for the purpose of building confidence.” in this vaccine, he continued.