Former POTUS Test Positive For COVID-19; Was Vaccinated And Boosted

Former POTUS Test Positive For COVID-19; Was Vaccinated And Boosted

Former President Barack Obama said on Sunday that he had tested positive for COVID-19 after suffering symptoms for a “few of days.” Obama said he had tested positive after feeling symptoms for a “couple of days.”

“I recently discovered that I had COVID. I’ve been suffering from a scratchy throat for the past couple of days, but I’m generally good. Our gratitude for having been vaccinated and boosted, and for the fact that she has been tested negative, “Obama sent out a tweet. This serves as a reminder to get vaccinated if you haven’t already, even though the number of cases is decreasing.

Both Barack and Michelle Obama discussed their experiences when they received their first rounds of COVID-19 immunizations in 2021 and have encouraged others to get immunized after the vaccines were widely available.

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“I hope you get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as you are able to-Barack and I are certainly glad we did when we were able to. It’s our best chance of overcoming this illness, looking out for one another, and getting back to some of the things we’ve missed out on over the years. Immunization will save lives—and that life may be yours if you don’t get vaccinated “In March of last year, Michelle Obama shared a statement on social media.

Mask requirements and coronavirus limitations have been relaxed as the Omicron variety has receded and hospitalizations have decreased progressively, but experts have suggested that a fourth COVID-19 booster shot may be desirable.

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In a statement issued on Sunday, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla stated that in the future, a booster shot will be required. “The protection that you are receiving from the third is adequate, and in some cases, pretty effective, in terms of hospitalizations and deaths.”

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