President Biden may have surpassed government scientists by announcing earlier that nearly all Americans would get a coronavirus booster this fall, but he is now running it himself. According to the White House, the president should comment on this and receive the Pfizer BioNtech amplifier by Monday afternoon.
Biden’s third vaccination comes days after federal regulators allowed millions of Americans to receive booster shots from Pfizer if people received a second dose of the vaccine at least six months ago and met new licensing rules.
Frontline workers, seniors and young adults with medical or occupational conditions that put them at higher risk were given the green light after weeks of regulatory debate that confused the US public over details of a strengthening plan. Dal.
Biden was publicly vaccinated in December last year before Fazer’s first dose, unlike his predecessor Donald J. Trump, who received the original vaccine at the White House but later did not talk about it. .
Biden, who is entitled to a booster vaccination at the age of 78, has gone the other way, saying early Friday that he plans to get a booster vaccination “as soon as possible”.
A national Reuters/Ipsos poll, held Aug. 27-30, found that 76% of Americans who had had at least one vaccination wanted a booster. Not just 6%, the survey found.
Biden called people on Friday who had not yet qualified. He said his administration is “looking for a time where we will be able to expand boosters especially across the board,” and potential booster vaccines for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
“So I’m just going to say it’s better to wait your turn, wait your turn,” Biden said.