The event was broadcast live to confirm the safety of the antidote.
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- Joe Biden thanked the health workers who are on the front lines against SARS-CoV-2. Similarly, he approached the Americans, saying that there is nothing to fear about the vaccine.
US President-elect Joe Biden received the first dose of the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine against COVID-19 and the event was broadcast live to reaffirm the safety of the antidote.
The 78-year-old Democratic leader received the first dose of the vaccine at Christiana Care at Christiana Hospital in Newark, Delaware, from Nurse Tabe Mase. Biden also noticed that his wife Jill had received the antidote that morning.
Joe Biden thanked the health workers who are on the front lines against SARS-CoV-2. Similarly, he turned to Americans and said there was nothing to worry about and encouraged them to keep wearing masks, keeping a healthy distance, and listening to the experts.
"That's a big hope … I'm looking forward to the second dose too, Jill." The President should receive the second dose of the antidote within 21 days. On the flip side, Biden noted that the Donald Trump administration should get some credit for the federal government's vaccination program, entitled Warp Speed.