Biden to receive coronavirus vaccine in public on Monday

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President-elect Joe Biden and incoming First Lady Jill Biden will receive their first doses of the Covid-19 vaccine in public on Monday, the transition confirmed. The televised vaccination will happen in Delaware at a location yet to be announced, and the Bidens will also use the event to thank health care workers at the facility, incoming White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters. “It’s important to us, as he’s stated many time, to send a clear message to the public that it’s safe,” she said. The announcement of Biden’s vaccination comes just one day after a top official in his inner circle, Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-La.), tested positive for the virus, and just a few days after a member of the transition’s press pool was infected. Psaki said these scares did not influence the timeline for Biden’s vaccinations, as neither he nor any staff were in close contact with either individual. The Bidens will each receive a second dose of the Pfizer vaccine three weeks after the first, allowing them to be fully immunized before their scaled-down inauguration in late January. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff will receive the shot the following week to avoid a situation in which all of the leaders of the incoming administration experience side effects at the same time.”It’s based on a recommendation by our medical and health experts,” Psaki said. Biden has in recent days expressed a strong desire to take the vaccine both to ensure continuity of government and set a good example for the general public. But he does not want to create the impression that he’s cutting the line in front of health workers, nursing home residents and other vulnerable groups. Vice President Mike Pence, who received the vaccine Friday morning alongside Second Lady Karen Pence and Surgeon General Jerome Adams, said he hoped the televised event will help calm distrust of a vaccine produced in record time.”We wanted to step forward and take this vaccine to assure the American people that while we cut red tape, we cut no corners,” he said. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) both received the vaccine Friday, as well, sharing photos of themselves with congressional medical staff on Twitter.”Just received the safe, effective COVID vaccine following continuity-of-government protocols. Vaccines are how we beat this virus,” McConnell tweeted. “Now back to continue fighting for a rescue package including a lot more money for distribution so more Americans can receive it as fast as possible.”

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