By Ivan Maltsev
“I will do a booster vaccination myself (from COVID-19). It’s hard to admit that I’m over 65 years old, but I will do it. Jokes aside. I’ll do it, although I don’t know exactly when. As soon as I can do it,” Biden said, addressing the nation. The broadcast was conducted on the White House website.
He urged his fellow citizens to follow his example.
“My message is this: if you were vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine in January, February, March of this year, if you are over 65 years old, go and get a booster vaccination. If you have medical circumstances, such as diabetes, or you work on the front line as a doctor, you can get a booster vaccination right now,” the head of state said.