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Joe Biden emphasized that getting vaccinated is not a “partisan act,” encouraging Americans of all political leanings to get their shots.
The president also specifically urged younger Americans to get their vaccines, as their vaccination rates have lagged behind those of older Americans.
Joe Biden is now delivering remarks at the White House to outline his administration’s planned efforts over the next month to get more Americans vaccinated against coronavirus.
The Biden administration announced this morning that it is launching a “month of action” to encourage Americans to get vaccinated.
Pres. Joe Biden praises national vaccine rollout, saying 52% of adults are now fully vaccinated—including 75% of all seniors: “It’s clearer than ever—the more people we get vaccinated, the more success we’re going to have in our fight against this virus.” https://t.co/nqzsURPNug pic.twitter.com/xzkyQDaX3r