During Tuesday’s White House press briefing, Biden’s COVID czar Dr. Ashish Jha urged Americans to roll up their sleeves for COVID-19 boosters and flu shots ahead of Thanksgiving.
“Please, don’t wait. Get your COVID shot. Get your flu shot. That’s why God gave you two arms. Get one in each arm if you want,” he said.
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"Get your COVID shot, get your flu shot— That's why God gave you two arms." pic.twitter.com/v9W4QSs2UT
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Dr. Jha also said Americans will need to get another COVID-19 shot next year.
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“We’re probably gonna need to update our vaccine again next year and have Americans get vaccinated again next year,” Dr. Jha said.
"We're probably gonna need to update our vaccine again next year and have Americans get vaccinated again next year." pic.twitter.com/zxtowN8SQr
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Dr. Jha told Americans to discuss COVID-19 and the experimental shots at the Thanksgiving table.
Jha said the shots must be “an important part of the conversation we have around the Thanksgiving table.”
"Biden COVID coordinator Ashish Jha says vaccinations must be "an important part of the conversation we have around the Thanksgiving table." pic.twitter.com/GuQpeIwRCp"
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The Biden campaign is costing taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars being sent to community health centers so they’ll pump up their vaccination numbers.
In addition to the spending spree, Dr. Jha urged Americans to push the dangerous jabs on their friends and family members during the holidays.
“Now, while I’m encouraged by the work that so many are doing, we need everybody to step up. We need to make protecting our loved ones an important part of the conversation we have around the Thanksgiving table, an important part of the conversation we have in the days and weeks ahead,” he said. “Because here’s what we know: If folks get their updated vaccines, and they get treated, if they have a breakthrough infection, we can prevent essentially every COVID death in America.”
“Bottom line is that we’re doing everything we can in the next six weeks to help families get their updated COVID shots by the end of the year, because it’s the best protection for this winter,” Jha added, telling people the Covid vaccine is now a “once a year shot.”
Anthony Fraudci pushed the same message to Americans during his final briefing before officially retiring.