Former United States Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton volunteered to praise the coronavirus vaccine on camera if it would help boost public confidence. Obama, in an interview with SiriusXM radio, said he would be blocked if pediatrician Anthony Fauci signed on for the Covid-19 vaccine. “If Anthony Fauci told me that this vaccine is good, it could be a vaccine, you know, it prevents you from having Covid, completely, I would get it,” Obama said. He said, “I promise you that when it is done for people who are always in danger, I will accept.” “I can play on TV or still fill in, so people know that I trust this trust, something I don’t trust in life to Covid,” Obama said. Freddy Ford, Bush’s chief of staff, told CNN that the former president also wanted to help promote the vaccine. “First, the drugs should be safely taken and given to pioneers,” Ford told CNN. “Then President Bush will line up for it, and happily do that with the camera.” Angel Urena, Clinton’s press secretary, told CNN that the first chairman would like to get vaccinated on Vaccines television by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna-NIH in the hope that US authorities will support it. it was recently announced by a senior scientist on Thursday in the United States that he hopes to avoid 100 million people being vaccinated by the end of February.
Former US President Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are all set to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in public.