The accounts are not good. While vaccination campaigns continue their course across the world, the anti-vaccine movement is experiencing a new lease of life despite the danger posed by the coronavirus and its various variants. The fault, in particular, with the echoes about the side effects of the anti-Covid vaccination. Aware of such a propensity for revolt, politicians are doing everything to encourage citizens to contribute to the good progress of the fight against Covid-19. In the United States, the vaccination campaign has slowed down considerably. In the last week of May 2021, fewer than 650,000 Americans were reportedly vaccinated per day. Joe Biden therefore decided to take the bull by the horns (and feelings) with an astonishing initiative as reported by Daily on June 3.
Because, at 78 years old and after more than a year of fighting the viral disease, the President of the United States has only one hurry: that of celebrating the end of the pandemic. So he promised free beer to encourage Americans to get vaccinated. As he announced during a press briefing from Washington, beer will flow freely when the threshold of 70% of adult citizens has been reached. His philosophy? “One dose, one beer.” And more precisely, a pint. Its goal is community immunity by the summer of 2021. “Please,” said Joe Biden, “get vaccinated! Give everything so that July 4 has reached 70% of vaccines. “
Joe Biden was however vaccinated
But even pulling out the heavy artillery, Jill Biden’s husband would struggle to convince citizens across the Atlantic. This Tuesday, June 8, daily vaccinations fell and are now under one million. The only snag, and as the Business Standard website explains, “About 16 million unvaccinated adults need at least one dose in the next four weeks for Joe Biden to reach his goal.” The pace is far from being as strong. In April, nearly two million people were vaccinated a day. However, it is not for lack of having set an example in December 2020: Joe Biden then received his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine in front of the cameras.
Joe Biden © TMC