Roommates, as 2020 comes to an end, it will become more of a reality that the United States will be spending much more time in this pandemic. Polls and general responses on social media show that many Americans are skeptical about the development of the COVID-19 vaccine and that Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are working to make sure you all become believers.
According to CNBC, the three former presidents have agreed to take the vaccine not only after it has been approved, but also on camera or in a public setting, to increase confidence in its ability to cure the virus. Barack Obama made his statement on Sirius XM’s “The Joe Madison Show”.
“I’m going to take it and I can record it on TV or have it filmed so people know I trust this science,” our Forever President said. “What I don’t trust is getting COVID.”
Former President Bush appears to be taking a similar stance to Obama when his aide told NBC News that he, too, would help build public confidence in the vaccine.
“First, the vaccines need to be considered safe and given to priority populations. Then President Bush will line up for him and happily do it in front of the camera, ”said Freddy Ford.
A spokesman for Bill Clinton said he would “definitely take a vaccine as soon as it becomes available, based on priorities set by public health officials. And he will do it in a public setting if it helps all Americans do the same. “
Recent polls show that more than half of Americans are unsure about getting a COVID-19 vaccine, and people of color make up a disproportionate proportion of those numbers, according to a Gallup poll.
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