Vice President Pence receives an injection of the COVID-19 vaccine
Vice President Mike Pence publicly received the new COVID-19 vaccine on Friday, along with his wife and a senior health official.
VP Mike Pence, the chair of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, received the vaccine shortly after 8 a.m. in Washington. Second lady Karen Pence and General Surgeon Jerome Adams were also injected.
Citing experts, Vice President Mike Pence said the average vaccine generally takes 8 to 12 years to develop. The United States is on the way to give millions of doses of the new vaccine to people within a year of the emergence of CCP.
18 Dec 2020