Vice President Mike Pence vaccinated against COVID-19

Vice President Mike Pence, Second Lady Karen Pence receive Covid-19 vaccine

Vice President Mike Pence vaccinated against COVID-19

Vice President Mike Pence vaccinated against COVID-19

Mike Pence called the creation of a vaccine against coronavirus in such a short time &# 171; medical miracle&# 187;

US Vice President Mike Pence was vaccinated against the coronavirus on Friday morning. He did so on live television to increase public confidence in the safety and efficacy of a new vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech..

The inoculation was also given to the wife of Vice President Karen Pence and chief surgeon Jerome Adams in one of the administrative buildings in Washington, not far from the White House. Doctors recommended all three to be re-vaccinated after 21 days.

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On the air, Pence described the vaccine launch as a “medical miracle,” saying it takes an average of 8 to 12 years to develop, manufacture and distribute a vaccine. Pence commended the tremendous work done by the National Institutes of Health, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Operation Supersonic Presidential Project Team..

Vice President Mike Pence vaccinated against COVID-19

Mike Pence said that the coming Christmas is always a holiday of hope, and added that the current vaccination also brings hope to the American people and people in other countries. Pence said the Trump administration expects 20 million Americans to be vaccinated by the end of December.

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There are over 75 million cases of COVID-19 infection worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. Of these, in the United States – 17.2 million cases of infection.

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