- The president of the United States, Joe Biden, recently headed online to celebrated a vaccine milestone in the country
- In a tweet, the president wrote that since he took office, 50 million vaccines have been administered in the country
- Many US citizens as well as people from other countries swiftly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the tweet
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President of the United States Joe Biden recently headed to Twitter to celebrate reaching a vaccine milestone in the country. In a tweet, the president shared that 50 million vaccines have been administered to US citizens since he came into office earlier this year.
"This afternoon, we’re reaching a big milestone: 50 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered since I took office. Tune in as we mark our progress and chart the path forward," his tweet read.
The tweet received just over 18 000 likes and over 2 000 retweets. Many US citizens as well as people from other countries also headed to the comment section where they shared their thoughts with Biden.
Read some of their comments below:
"50 million vaccines is barely anything when you need to vaccinate at least 80% of the country."
"Considering we vaccinated 15% in this not 30 days I think we’ll be at 100% in only about 6 months. That’s everyone vaccinated in half the time it took Trump to even admit it was a real thing."
"Would not have happened under Trump. Thank you for prioritising Americans."
"Bravo Mr President! Imagine that it could be accomplished, and we spent months with a leader who couldn’t tie his shoe or really didn’t give a damn about his fellow Americans! Well Done Mr President!"
YEN.com.gh also reported that President Joe Biden of the United States has given two dogs Oval Office walk-in privileges. Taking to his Instagram page, President Biden posted a picture of himself with the dogs and captioned it:
"Not many people have Oval Office walk-in privileges. Happy to report that these two are on the list."
Instagram users were impressed and soon flooded the president's comment section to share their thoughts. @danileigh73 wrote:
"This just made my heart smile. It has been a rough year. All the photos of your family, the rescue pups included, in The White House, have shown such a beautiful light during such a dark time. I will never be able to thank you and your family enough for sticking it out during such a grueling campaign, and all the days since the election."
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