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Trump, White House will be offered COVID vaccine within days, report says


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Trump, White House will be offered COVID vaccine within days, report says 1

President Trump and other top White House officials will be offered Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine within the next few days, according to a report on Sunday.

Key government staffers will have the option to take the newly-approved shot as soon as Monday, Bloomberg reported.

“The American people should have confidence that they are receiving the same safe and effective vaccine as senior officials of the United States government,” National Security Council spokesman John Ullyot told the outlet.

Officials have recommended that healthcare workers and nursing home residents be first in line for the shot.

It’s unclear how many doses — the first of which shipped from a Pfizer facility in Michigan on Sunday — are being allocated to the White House, and who exactly will be getting vaccinated.

The New York Times reported that West Wing staff who work closely with Trump were told that they had been scheduled to receive the vax soon.

The vaccinations are part of an effort to stop more government officials from contracting COVID-19, with the goal being for all White House employees to eventually be immunized, the report said.

Essential personnel in all three branches of government will have the option to get the injection, according to Bloomberg, which said the shots would be staggered over the next 10 days to ensure staff don’t experience possible side effects all at the same time.

The West Wing has seen dozens of coronavirus infections, including the president, the first lady, their son Barron, press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and most recently, chief of staff Mark Meadows.

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