Trump told what vaccine he got from the coronavirus
Former U.S. President Donald Trump has revealed for the first time that he was vaccinated against the coronavirus with a Pfizer vaccine, and has not ruled out that he may revaccinate.
“I was vaccinated by Pfizer, but I would be very happy with any of the vaccines,” he said in an interview with online portal Yahoo Finance. Three manufacturers – Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson – have approved vaccines for use in the United States. Trump credits his administration with accelerating their development and introduction.
Last fall, Trump contracted the coronavirus and was briefly hospitalized. He and First Lady Melania Trump were vaccinated in January, shortly before leaving Washington, but didn’t announce it until March.
By age, the 75-year-old Trump can count on a third – booster – dose to boost his immunity. The former president has allowed for the possibility of revaccination if he feels “it’s necessary.” Last Monday, current U.S. President Joe Biden, 78, received his third vaccination against the coronavirus. Last week, the nation’s medical authorities approved a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine for people over the age of 65 and a variety of at-risk groups of less advanced age.