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White House Announces Six-Week Campaign to Expand COVID Vaccination

WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) — With the holiday season and family gatherings just around the corner, the Biden administration is kicking it into overdrive to weed out the COVID-19 accelerators.

“Clearly, we are now entering a period of higher risk,” said White House COVID Response Coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha.

Jha announced that the Biden administration’s latest push to get vaccines is a six-week campaign to reach seniors and communities hit hard by COVID-19.

“We are doing everything we can in the next six weeks to help families get their updated COVID vaccinations before the end of the year,” Jha said.

The White House says only about 11 percent of Americans have received an updated booster, and what happens next in the pandemic may depend on that number rising.

“We have the ability to mitigate anything that comes our way,” said chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Perhaps for the last time at the White House before retiring in December, Fauci urged Americans to take the necessary steps.

“The vaccination, the vaccine, the stimulation, the testing are all part of the spectrum of protecting yourself and your family,” Fauci said.

Both Jha and Fauci emphasized that Americans can rely on the science behind the vaccine.

“We want to make our decisions based on facts, evidence and data,” Fauci said.

“You can choose to trust American doctors or you can trust some random dude on Twitter,” Jah said.

The White House will also urge Congress to provide $10 billion in additional funding in the next government funding bill.


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