U.S. President Donald Trump has revealed plans for his vaccination against the coronavirus. He wrote on his Twitter page that he has no plans to get vaccinated yet.
“People who work in the White House should get the vaccine somewhat later as part of [the nation’s vaccination program] unless it’s particularly necessary. I’ve asked for that adjustment. I don’t plan to vaccinate, but I look forward to getting it at an appropriate time,” he wrote.
Earlier, The Washington Post, citing White House National Security Council (NSC) spokesman John Elliott, reported that the United States decided to be the first to vaccinate high-level officials against COVID-19: they were among the group of those who should receive the vaccine against coronavirus infection on a priority basis.
Before that, Bloomberg, citing sources, reported that U.S. President Donald Trump and other high-ranking U.S. officials will soon be offered to be vaccinated against the coronavirus. According to the newspaper, the vaccine will be offered to officials who perform vital functions for the country in all three branches of government.