Donald Trump has given the New York Post’s campaign to get New Yorkers to roll up their sleeves and get vaccinated against the coronavirus a big thumbs up. The former president is on board with the effort to have more residents immunized so that the city can get back on track.
Trump said on Thursday, “I’m all about the vaccine.” “It’s one of the great successes, a real miracle, and it’s not just for the US. We are saving the lives of tens of millions of people all over the world. We’re rescuing whole nations.”
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Trump said he got his first shot before leaving the White House in January and his second in Florida, where he now lives, in a phone interview with Post columnist Michael Goodwin. Former First Lady Melania Trump was also vaccinated, with no negative side effects.
He said, “Not even a smidgeon of arm soreness.” “It’s pretty awesome stuff,” says the narrator.
Trump is rightfully proud of Operation Warp Speed, the program he oversaw that cut the time it took to conduct vaccine research, production, and clinical trials in half. No previous vaccine had been developed in less than five years, and this one took just nine months from start to finish. In the middle of December, the first doses were sent out.
While Trump and his successor, Joe Biden, disagree on a lot of things, they both believe that this vaccine saves lives.
“It would have been just like the 1918 Spanish flu if we didn’t have a vaccine,” Trump said of the pandemic that killed an estimated 100 million people worldwide.
COVID-19 has infected 141 million people worldwide, resulting in over 3 million deaths.
Nearly 570,000 people have died as a result of the disaster in the United States.
Trump said, “The vaccine is a wonderful idea, and people should take advantage of it,” before quickly adding, “Nobody should be coerced, we have our freedoms.” However, I highly advise it because it is a true lifesaver.”