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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Joe Biden took booster dose of Covid-19 vaccine, appealed to people to get the vaccine

United states President Joe Biden took a booster shot on Monday and said he would push for more vaccination mandates to improve United states vaccination rates. Harvard Business School moved some first-year and some second-year MBA students to distance classes amid a steady increase in success transitions. Pfizer said it is starting a trial of an oral antiviral drug.

Biden said that boosters are important, but the most important thing is that we have to get more people vaccinated. Biden said before his booster shot that he had no side effects after his first or second shot, and expected the same experience with his third shot.
United states men lost 2.2 years of life expectancy to COVID-19 last year, the largest drop among 29 countries in a study of the pandemic's impact on longevity. According to researchers from the University of Oxford, only Denmark and Norway survive the decline in life expectancy in both sexes.

Biden, 78, took his first dose of the corona vaccine on December 21 and the second dose with his wife three weeks later on January 11.

Urging people to get vaccinated, Biden said that more than 77 percent of adults have received at least the first dose of the vaccine, and about 23 percent have not taken any shots, and that it will harm the entire nation.

You can get your booster if you got the Pfizer vaccine in January, February, or March and you're older than 65, or are additionally ill or work in a frontline job, Biden explained.