Obama, Bush, Clinton to Take Coronavirus Vaccine Publicly
Former three presidents of the United States — Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton — have announced that they will openly take vaccines for Coronavirus to boost Americans’ confidence and to promote the safety of the vaccine.
The former presidents will publicly take the vaccine after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved one of the vaccines, CNN reports.
They hope that the awareness program will serve as a powerful message to increase Americans’ confidence in vaccine safety and efficiency. Meanwhile, American public health officials are trying to convince people to take vaccines.
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Following the Coronavirus pandemic, the most affected country is the United States. The country is at the top of both death and infection. Also, the country recorded the highest number of Covid-19 cases on Wednesday. On this day, one lakh people in the country who were affected by the disease were admitted to hospitals. And more than 2,800 people have died due to the Covid-19 infection on that day.
The U.S. is also hit hard by the second wave of the Coronavirus. That’s why newly elected President Joe Biden fears that another half a million people could die in the country due to the disease.
General and educated Americans have been interested to get vaccinated, the experts say. Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton are among those people. So, they will publicly take the vaccine for the Coronavirus and will be broadcast on PV cameras.
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