Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris Will get Vaccinated: ‘I Belief the Scientists’

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris received her first dose of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday. Her husband, Doug Emhoff, received his vaccination the same day.

“That was easy! Thank you very much. I barely felt it. I barely felt it,” Harris said after receiving the vaccine.

“I’m looking forward to the second vaccine. It’s literally about saving lives, ”she said. “I trust the scientists and it is the scientists who developed and approved the vaccine. So I urge everyone to get vaccinated when it’s your turn. It’s about saving your life, the life of your family members, and the life of your community. “

Harris followed President-elect Joe Biden when he got the vaccine on live television on December 21. His wife, Dr. Jill Biden received her first dose that day.

Vice President Mike Pence and his wife received their vaccinations on December 18th.

President Trump and his wife Melania have not yet received their vaccinations.

“From a scientific point of view, I’ll remind people that the President has had COVID for the past 90 days,” said US Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams to Face the Nation. “He’s been given monoclonal antibodies, and that’s actually a scenario where we tell people, ‘Maybe you should hold back on the vaccination and talk to your doctor about the timing.’ Aside from politics, there is a medical reason. “

Harris’ vaccination comes at a critical time in the pandemic. It has been proven that black Americans are more at risk of contracting the virus and dying from it.

Check out the video below.

I urge everyone to get vaccinated when it is your turn. It’s about saving your life, the lives of your family members and your community.

– Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) December 29, 2020

Vaccine-elected Vice President Kamala Harris: “I Trust Scientists” first appeared in the New Civil Rights Movement.

Comments are closed.