President Biden leaned away from someone’s face urging them to practice social aloofness as he promoted the country’s vaccine advancement Tuesday afternoon.
The video shows the president pointing at a face mask, leaning towards the seat, and urging them to follow the guidelines of the Centers for Coronary Disease Control and Prevention.
“Wear a mask, wash my hands, and live far from society – which I don’t,” he jokes, bringing laughter from the crowd outside the camera.
Biden commented on the country’s push for vaccinations from the state food hall after visiting a clinic in Alexandria, Virginia.
BIDEN did not speak to the Chinese president about the origins of the Coronavirus.
He said more than 554,000 Americans have died from the virus and urged people to continue to follow health guidelines from the CDC as vaccine launches rose rapidly.
“What we do now, we are going to determine how many people we will save or lose in April and May and June before we go to the 4th of July,” the president said.
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He predicted that “Most Americans” will receive their first vaccine, at least by the end of May.
“Better times lie ahead,” he said. “As I’ve said before, we can safely have fun on the Fourth of July with your family and friends in small groups in your backyard.”