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Joe Biden, Dr. Anthony Fauci promote COVID-19 vaccinations in Youtube collaborations
The Biden administration is making use of all platforms to get the message out towards getting vaccinated for COVID-19. This time, Joe Biden and infectious diseases expert Dr. Anthony Fauci feature on Youtube videos to promote getting vaccinated among younger audiences.
Biden and Dr. Fauci held a virtual town hall this week in an effort to inform younger audiences who remain hesitant to get vaccinated. The pair teamed up with famous Youtube content creators Nathaniel “Coyote” Peterson and Mark Vins of Brave Wilderness, Manuel Gutierrez Jr. or Manny MUA, and Jackie Aina. Biden and Dr. Fauci were pressed on the speculation of a “vaccine passport,” getting vaccinated before traveling, and the safety and effectiveness of the vaccines.
“Federally, we’re not going to have any mandate and we don’t keep records, federally, of people who have gotten the vaccine,” said Biden, when Manny MUA asked about the “vaccine passport” which is said to be a requirement when going to events or traveling. Biden said that the rumor “plays into paranoia in some people, in particular young people. That is just not the case.”
Dr. Fauci also stressed how safe and effective the COVID-19 vaccines are when Aina mentioned the concerns of the vaccine. “So when people have concerns, and they are reasonable concerns, we never put people down for asking questions about their concerns to the vaccine. But they need to know that the science that went into it is absolutely pristine.”
Biden also got to answer and ask some other questioned unrelated to the vaccines. Manny MUA asked what skincare product he would bring if he were to be stranded on a desert island, to which Biden said it would be sunscreen.
In other news, Biden was recently pressed on his thoughts regarding UFOs following previous comments made by former President Barack Obama. Obama told talk show host James Corden about records and video footages of UFOs that have yet to be explained or identified.
“I think it’s interesting President Obama says that there is footage and records of objects in the skies, these unidentified aerial phenomena, and he says we don’t know exactly what they are. What do you think that it is?” said Doocy.
Biden replied, “I would ask him again,” which was met with laughs and applause.