The White House has refused to say when US President Donald Trump will vaccinate. The president’s office declined on Tuesday.
White House spokesman Kyle McIntyre told reporters, “The president will take the vaccine on time, on the advice of health experts and White House physicians.”
Kyle McIntire said the president would take the vaccine with an open mind. But he wants to give priority to frontline workers.
The coronavirus vaccine invented by Pfizer / Bioentech has been widely used in the United States since Monday. Officials said the vaccine has been approved for emergency use. ICU nurse Sandra Lindsey received the Corona vaccine during a live video event at 9:20 am local time. In response to the vaccination, he said that he felt the same about being vaccinated separately.
“It just came to our attention then. I would like to thank all my colleagues around the world, who have been instrumental in dealing with this epidemic. Today I am optimistic, feeling relieved. It seems That relief is coming. Hopefully, this will be the beginning of the end of a painful time in our history.
The event would be considered an outstanding moment in history, even if the live broadcast video completed the vaccination in just a few seconds. Many will remember this moment as a symbol of the end of the scientific momentum and terrifying experience of health workers.