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Ivanka Trump Receives 1st Dose of Pfizer Vaccine


Thu 15 Apr 2021 | 09:13 AM
Omnia Ahmed

Ivanka Trump, former U.S. President Donald Trump's eldest daughter, took to Twitter, sharing photos of herself getting a COVID-19 vaccination on Wednesday.

"Today, I got the shot!!! I hope that you do too!" Trump tweeted. "Thank you Nurse Torres!!!"

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Trump kept the vow she made on “The View” back in September when she told co-host Joy Behar she would get the vaccine when it came out.

During the show, Behar was concerned by how quickly former President Trump stated that the vaccine would come out, noting that she would take it if Ivanka did.

Hence, Ivanka, who hasn't tweeted in almost three months, announced on Twitter that she would come on "The View" to take it.

She is the first member of her family to publicize her vaccination, as the former president and first lady didn't tell the public that they were vaccinated.

The news indicated that they privately received immunizations in January, The New York Times reported in March.

Interestingly, many world leaders and politicians have received the vaccine to prove its safety to the public, encouraging others to get it. Ivanka did not get the shot on TV, but she rather shared a photo.

Meanwhile, the U.S. is currently using Moderna and Pfizer vaccines to vaccinate its population. On the other hand, the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine has been paused as health authorities evaluate its connection to rare blood clots.

Health officials revealed that the goal is for the country to reach herd immunity, which will occur when 70 percent to 85 percent of people have received the vaccine.