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Donald and Melania Trump both got the COVID vaccine before leaving the White House, aides reveal – after he used CPAC to urge his followers to get their shots
- Donald and Melania Trump got the COVID vaccine in January before they left the White House, a Trump adviser told DailyMail.Com
- The revelation comes after Trump told the audience at CPAC on Sunday that ‘everybody’ should get the vaccine
- ‘Everybody, go get your shot,’ he said
- Some Republicans reluctant to take the vaccine
Donald and Melania Trump got the COVID vaccine in January before they left the White House, a Trump adviser told DailyMail.Com.
The revelation comes after Trump told the audience at CPAC on Sunday that ‘everybody’ should get the vaccine.
‘We took care of a lot of people — including, I guess, on Dec. 21, we took care of Joe Biden, because he got his shot, he got his vaccine,’ Trump said in his remarks. ‘So everybody, go get your shot.’
It’s the first time he’s encouraged his followers to be vaccinated. Many of them are skeptical of the vaccine.
Donald and Melania Trump got the COVID vaccine in January before they left the White House
Donald Trump, at CPAC on Sunday, encouraged his supporters to get the vaccine as some Republicans are reluctant to do so
Neither Trump took the vaccine publicly and it’s unclear which vaccine they received. The New York Times first reported their vaccination.
At the White House press briefing on Monday, press secretary Jen Psaki was asked about reluctance among some Republicans to take the vaccine.
‘We certainly welcome the encouragement from anyone to take a vaccine,’ she said.
In October, both Trumps tested positive for the coronavirus and President Trump was hospitalized for a few days at Walter Reed hospital after he had trouble breathing.
When asked if he’d get the vaccine, Trump said during his White House tenure he’d get it when medical experts told him to get it.
He has a history of questioning vaccines.
It’s unclear which COVID vaccine Melania and Donald Trump received
In mid-December Trump stopped an order to get the vaccine to White House staff and other government officials.
‘People working in the White House should receive the vaccine somewhat later in the program, unless specifically necessary,’ he tweeted. ‘I have asked that this adjustment be made. I am not scheduled to take the vaccine, but look forward to doing so at the appropriate time. Thank you!’
Vice President Mike Pence took the vaccine on camera in December. Then-president elect Joe Biden was also vaccinated in public before he was inaugurated.
Some Trump supporters have pushed conspiracy theories that the government would use the vaccine to conduct surveillance of the population.
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Thousands of Californians got the WRONG COVID dose at an Oakland mass vaccination site, whistleblowers claim: Clinic was sent syringes from national stockpile that can leave up to one third of the vaccine trapped in the plunger
- One EMT estimated that 4,300 people in California were given about two thirds as much vaccine as the CDC recommends
- The shorted vaccines were given out at the Oakland Coliseum mass vaccination site
- Site received thousands of syringes from the national stockpile
- But the orange-capped syringes were an older type that leave about 0.1 mL of vaccine trapped in the plastic plunger
- People who got the Pfizer shot there on Monday morning likely got about 0.2 mL of vaccine instead of the recommended 0.3 mL
- EMTs had noticed the problem by 2pm on Monday, but say that management at the site tried to ‘sweep it under the rug’
- Expert says the people who got lower doses likely have ‘decent immunity’ but there’s not yet much data on how well protected people are after partial doses
An estimated 4,300 Californians got the wrong dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on Monday, whistleblowers have revealed.
Workers at the Oakland Coliseum mass vaccination site told FOX2 KTVU that they were sent a type of syringe that traps a small portion of vaccine in its plastic chamber from the national stockpile.
Usually, these syringes leave about .05 mL to 0.1 mL of vaccine stuck in the plunger.
The correct dose of Pfizer vaccine is 0.3 mL – so the Monday morning patients probably got about two-thirds of that, or 0.2mL.
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