Vice President Mike Pence is vaccinated on live television

Vice President Mike Pence received the television COVID-19 Vaccination on Friday morning will make him the highest government official to do so in public. Second Lady Karen Pence and Surgeon General Jerome Adams also received vaccinations.

“I didn’t feel anything,” Paes said in a brief comment after receiving the vaccine shot. Pence also spearheaded the administration’s operational operation to produce a vaccine.

“Make no mistake about it: it’s a medical miracle,” Pence said of the vaccine, which will begin distribution this week. “I also believe that history will record that this week was the beginning of the end of the coronavirus epidemic.”

US Vice President Mike Pence receives COVID-19 vaccine at the White House in Washington
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on December 18, 2020 in Washington, D.C. The COVID-19 vaccine is available at the White House.

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Pence also encouraged Americans to continue to practice social distance, regular hand washing and wearing masks.

“The way to get through this challenging time is through vigilance and vaccination,” Pence said.

Although Pence, head of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, has continued to focus publicly on the presidential election, he has done most of the day-to-day work on Covid-1 on. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

In a statement Wednesday night, the vice president said he and his wife, Karen Pence, are taking the vaccine in public to make them believe, as millions of Americans are skeptical of fully tested products.

The vaccination took place in the Eisenhower Executive Office Fee Building, a building with Pence’s place fee.

President-elect Joe Biden is also expected to receive the vaccine soon.

The Pfizer vaccine is currently being distributed to high-risk health care workers, and the Moderna vaccine is expected to arrive before the end of the month.