Joe Biden publicly take the corona virus vaccine

America’s newly-elected President Joe Biden publicly take the corona virus vaccine on Monday. He received his first vaccine for the Corona vaccine. It was also shown live exclusively on TV to spread awareness about it. Biden said he wants to give a message to people by getting the vaccine publicly that they should be ready for vaccination when the vaccine is available. He said, ‘I want to tell people that now they should be fully prepared for vaccination when the vaccine is available. There is nothing to be worried about.

Biden tweeted, ‘Today I got the Covid-19 vaccine. Thanks to the scientists and researchers who worked tirelessly to make this possible. We will all be grateful to you for this. Let the American people know that there is nothing to worry about. I appeal to you to have it vaccinated whenever available. ‘

After Biden’s vaccination, newly elected Vice President Kamala Harris tweeted, “A leader should do the same thing.” Kamala Harris will get the vaccine publicly next week. The nurse at Christiana Care Hospital in Delaware gave Biden the first dose of the Corona vaccine, produced by Pfizer and Biontech.

Joe Biden publicly take  the corona virus vaccine
Joe Biden publicly take the corona virus vaccine

Munsif Salaui, the chief advisor to Operation Warp Speed, said on CNN’s State of the Union program Sunday that the vaccine is safe for those who have been infected. This will make their immunity stronger.

He said that we know that immunity from viruses is not better, but only gets worse with time. Therefore, I believe that as a precautionary vaccination, it is safe because it is safe. I think these people should get vaccinated.

The vaccination process was started in the US last week to protect against Covid-19, but many senior leaders and officials, including Trump, have not yet taken vaccine doses. An expert committee in the US says that in the second phase of the Covid-18 vaccination process, people aged 75 or older and those engaged in essential services, including firefighters, teachers, and employees working in grocery stores, preferred Will go. The second consignment of vaccines will be sent to hospitals from Sunday.