Right now, coronavirus vaccines are still being distributed to different people across the nation. Individuals who are most vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus are first in line for the injection; however, many frontline workers are refusing to receive the vaccine.
Hesitancy regarding the COVID-19 vaccine is causing its proponents to heavily push for Americans to get the injection. The White House, for instance, is continuing with the coronavirus vaccine PR campaign, calling upon all Americans to get vaccinated when the opportunity arises.
Earlier this morning, Vice President Kamala Harris appeared on MSNBC, making more appeals for Americans to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, Breitbart News reports.
Harris on the Coronavirus Vaccine
While speaking on live TV this morning, Harris stated that coronavirus is having disproportionately adverse impacts on people of color. After stating that African-Americans are likelier to contract coronavirus and die from it, she subsequently stated that the vaccine could save lives.
Harris also made clear that the Biden administration will continue working to encourage the American public to receive the vaccine. The vice president asserted multiple times that the coronavirus vaccine is “safe” and something that she herself has received.
As part of our plan to change the course of this pandemic, we will deliver more than 25 million masks to more than 1,300 community health centers across the country, as well as 60,000 food pantries and soup kitchens to reach some of our nation's most vulnerable populations.
— White House COVID-19 Response Team (@WHCOVIDResponse) February 24, 2021
While speaking with MSNBC, Harris did not mention any of the adverse side effects that have been repeatedly linked to this vaccine. She did, however, state that Americans should proceed with social distancing and wearing masks, even after they’ve been vaccinated.
This is one of the latest talking points when it comes to the coronavirus vaccine; many Americans are now questioning why they should get the vaccine if it doesn’t provide a step back to normalcy without masks and distancing.
Despite the ongoing fanfare surrounding the coronavirus vaccine, Americans remain skeptical for many reasons.
For starters, the survivability rate of COVID-19 continues to remain at roughly over 99%. This is a matter that both the White House and many in the healthcare community are hesitant to discuss.
Addressing COVID-19 questions directly from folks like you is one of our biggest priorities. So, we're asking that you submit yours to us here and we'll start answering them during our regular briefings. Reply with a question and tag #COVIDanswers so we can try to answer yours.
— White House COVID-19 Response Team (@WHCOVIDResponse) February 23, 2021
Others believe that politicians and health bureaucrats are ultimately fanning the flames of fear in order to control people. As many conservatives note, Dr. Anthony Fauci has repeatedly changed his tune and his guidance on coronavirus, however, many on the left continue to deify and praise Fauci.
A growing number of Americans are ready to get back to normal and move on with their lives. At this point, most minds are made up in regards to the coronavirus vaccine and whether or not to get it.
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