WASHINGTON — President Biden received his second coronavirus booster shot on Wednesday, sitting for the jab after delivering remarks from the White House about the need for additional congressional pandemic-related funding before the new BA.2 subvariant triggers another wave of infection.
“It didn’t hurt a bit,” he said of the jab into his shoulder. A second booster for adults over the age of 50 had been approved by the Food and Drug Administration the day before.
A lack of funds for masks, vaccines and therapeutics could, on the other hand, harm the nation’s ability to respond to a new coronavirus surge, Biden argued in Wednesday’s remarks.
President Biden receives his second COVID-19 booster
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