The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is examining data submitted by Pfizer Inc. and BioNtech SE to give the necessary approvals for emergency use. While President Donald Trump questions whether he believes approval of the Kovid-19 vaccine is delayed, the three most recent former presidents volunteered to lead awareness campaigns after the vaccine became available to low-risk people Has volunteered for
Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton have shown willingness to encourage skeptical Americans to take the Kovid-19 vaccine shot by publicly vaccinating against coronavirus disease. During an interview on SiriusXM’s The Joe Madison Show, Obama said that if America’s top infectious disease specialist Dr. Anthony Fauci tells them that if they are safe, they will get the pill.
“I promise you that when it is made for people at risk, I will take it. I can take it on TV or it can be shot, it’s just that people know that I trust this science, “Obama said.
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Following Obama’s remarks, CNN reported that Bush’s chief of staff, Freddie Ford, said, the president had already given Dr. Fauci and Drs. Deborah Birks has reached out to the White House Coronovirus Response Coordinator to investigate whether he can help promote the vaccine. Ford said the vaccines should be deemed safe, and administered to frontline workers and people at greater risk.
“Then, President Bush would line up for her, and would gladly do it on camera,” he said.
Clinton’s press secretary, Angel Urena, also told the media network that the president would definitely take the vaccine based on the priorities set by health officials. Urena said Clinton would take the vaccine in a public setting if it encouraged other Americans to get the dose.
As the United States awaits an emergency use authorization of Pfizer’s Kovid-19 vaccine, Drs. Fauci has indicated that some people are still concerned about the safety of the vaccine. Speaking to Fox News, Drs. Fauci said the FDA is doing the “right way”, noting that the US agency “very carefully” examines the data to guarantee a safe and effective vaccine.
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