Dr. Anthony Fauci receives his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine
On Tuesday, Dr. Anthony Fauci his first dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Before getting the shot, Fauci said he felt "extreme confidence in the safety and effectiveness" of the vaccine.
- So many in our nation say that when Dr. Fauci gets the vaccine, I'll get the vaccine. Tell us a little about why it matters.
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ANTHONY FAUCI: Well, it matters to me for two reasons. For one thing, I'm an attending physician here on the staff at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, and that's why I see patients. But just as important or more important as a symbol to the rest of the country is that I have extreme confidence in the safety and effectiveness of this vaccine. And I want to encourage everyone who has the opportunity to get vaccinated so that we can get protection over this country that would end this pandemic.
- Thank you, Dr. Fauci, for coming today. Last minute questions, concerns?
ANTHONY FAUCI: No.
- Well. Just make yourself comfortable. Would you like to get a good intramuscular injection here? Many thanks for your help. A pinch. And before you go let me put a plaster on it. Thank you very much.
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