Trump says he received COVID-19 vaccine booster shot
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Former US President Donald Trump told the Bill O’Reilly during an interview on Sunday that he’d taken a Covid-19 booster injection on Sunday. O'Reilly himself also stated that he took a booster injection, but he did not specify which one.
After Trump announced that he had had his , the audience him, but the former president . When Maggie Haberman of the New York Times inquired about why Trump , she was sent signed "Donald."
"Must tell the truth — and very proud to have produced the 3 vaccines so quickly — millions of lives saved worldwide — Best wishes Donald," the note said.
While some are opposed to vaccines — according to The New York Times, just 60% of are vaccinated, compared to 91% of — Trump has praised his administration's involvement in creating the vaccine.
Going into a second winter of Covid-19, the Biden administration, as well as health authorities, have launched a strong booster campaign, claiming that they are critical in providing enough protection against the Omicron strain of the coronavirus.
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