US vice chairman Mike Pence and his wife will get the Covid-19 vaccine Friday during a public display designed to spice up national confidence, the White House announced Wednesday.

Pence and his wife Karen Pence “will publicly receive a Covid-19 vaccine to market the security and efficacy of the vaccine and build confidence among the American people,” the White House said during a statement.

The event, thanks to be held at the White House, comes within the first week of a mass vaccination program aimed toward stopping the surging coronavirus pandemic, which has already killed quite 300,000 Americans.

In addition to the Pences, the vaccine are going to be administered at an equivalent time to Surgeon General Jerome Adams, the lead public health official within the country.

The public display illustrates the seriousness of the challenges facing the authorities not only in distributing vaccines across the large country, but overcoming sceptism after months of mixed messaging from President Donald Trump.

On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters that Trump is additionally “absolutely hospitable taking the vaccine.”

However, since he recently recovered from a bout of Covid-19, he’s thought to be currently immune.

“He will receive the vaccine as soon as his medical team determines it’s best. But his priority is frontline workers, those in long-term care facilities,” McEnany said.

President-elect Joe Biden, who won election in November after a campaign heavily critical of Trump’s leadership during the pandemic, says he intends to require the vaccine publicly soon.

At 78, Biden is during a prime risk category for the disease.

US vice chairman Mike Pence and his wife will get the Covid-19 vaccine Friday during a public display designed to spice up national confidence, the White House announced Wednesday.

Pence and his wife Karen Pence “will publicly receive a Covid-19 vaccine to market the security and efficacy of the vaccine and build confidence among the American people,” the White House said during a statement.

The event, thanks to be held at the White House, comes within the first week of a mass vaccination program aimed toward stopping the surging coronavirus pandemic, which has already killed quite 300,000 Americans.

In addition to the Pences, the vaccine are going to be administered at an equivalent time to Surgeon General Jerome Adams, the lead public health official within the country.

The public display illustrates the seriousness of the challenges facing the authorities not only in distributing vaccines across the large country, but overcoming sceptism after months of mixed messaging from President Donald Trump.

On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters that Trump is additionally “absolutely hospitable taking the vaccine.”

However, since he recently recovered from a bout of Covid-19, he’s thought to be currently immune.

“He will receive the vaccine as soon as his medical team determines it’s best. But his priority is frontline workers, those in long-term care facilities,” McEnany said.

President-elect Joe Biden, who won election in November after a campaign heavily critical of Trump’s leadership during the pandemic, says he intends to require the vaccine publicly soon.

At 78, Biden is during a prime risk category for the disease.

US vice chairman Mike Pence and his wife will get the Covid-19 vaccine Friday during a public display designed to spice up national confidence, the White House announced Wednesday.

Pence and his wife Karen Pence “will publicly receive a Covid-19 vaccine to market the security and efficacy of the vaccine and build confidence among the American people,” the White House said during a statement.

The event, thanks to be held at the White House, comes within the first week of a mass vaccination program aimed toward stopping the surging coronavirus pandemic, which has already killed quite 300,000 Americans.

In addition to the Pences, the vaccine are going to be administered at an equivalent time to Surgeon General Jerome Adams, the lead public health official within the country.

The public display illustrates the seriousness of the challenges facing the authorities not only in distributing vaccines across the large country, but overcoming sceptism after months of mixed messaging from President Donald Trump.

On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters that Trump is additionally “absolutely hospitable taking the vaccine.”

However, since he recently recovered from a bout of Covid-19, he’s thought to be currently immune.

“He will receive the vaccine as soon as his medical team determines it’s best. But his priority is frontline workers, those in long-term care facilities,” McEnany said.

President-elect Joe Biden, who won election in November after a campaign heavily critical of Trump’s leadership during the pandemic, says he intends to require the vaccine publicly soon.

At 78, Biden is during a prime risk category for the disease.

US vice chairman Mike Pence and his wife will get the Covid-19 vaccine Friday during a public display designed to spice up national confidence, the White House announced Wednesday.

Pence and his wife Karen Pence “will publicly receive a Covid-19 vaccine to market the security and efficacy of the vaccine and build confidence among the American people,” the White House said during a statement.

The event, thanks to be held at the White House, comes within the first week of a mass vaccination program aimed toward stopping the surging coronavirus pandemic, which has already killed quite 300,000 Americans.

In addition to the Pences, the vaccine are going to be administered at an equivalent time to Surgeon General Jerome Adams, the lead public health official within the country.

The public display illustrates the seriousness of the challenges facing the authorities not only in distributing vaccines across the large country, but overcoming sceptism after months of mixed messaging from President Donald Trump.

On Tuesday, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters that Trump is additionally “absolutely hospitable taking the vaccine.”

However, since he recently recovered from a bout of Covid-19, he’s thought to be currently immune.

“He will receive the vaccine as soon as his medical team determines it’s best. But his priority is frontline workers, those in long-term care facilities,” McEnany said.

President-elect Joe Biden, who won election in November after a campaign heavily critical of Trump’s leadership during the pandemic, says he intends to require the vaccine publicly soon.

At 78, Biden is during a prime risk category for the disease.

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