Big Bird vaccinated against coronavirus and provoked reactions – What Joe Biden wrote to him

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The coronavirus vaccine Big Bird from the children’s TV series “Sesame Street” provoked reactions, while even US President Joe Biden commented on Twitter, congratulating him.

The famous character announced on Saturday (6/11) as broadcast by the Athens News Agency that he was vaccinated against COVID-19, after he took part in a special CNN event aimed at disseminating information about the effectiveness of vaccines for children.

CNN reporter Erica Hill and Dr. Sanjay Gupta and various characters from the popular children’s series participated in the show to help answer questions from children and families about the COVID-19 vaccine in the 5-11 age group.

“I got the COVID-19 vaccine today!” wrote Big Bird, who is six years old. “

“My feather hurts a little, but I will give my body an extra protective boost that keeps me and others healthy.” he said and added: “Mrs @EricaRHill said I have been vaccinating since I was a little bird. I had no idea”.

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz and other right-wing politicians have criticized Big Bird for his Twitter post.

The Texas senator, who has been vaccinated against COVID-19, responded to the tweet by accusing the character of the series of promoting propaganda for five-year-old children.

Congratulations from Joe Biden

US President Joe Biden congratulates Big Bird on vaccination “Getting the vaccine is the best way to keep the whole neighborhood safe.”

President Biden described her decision to vaccinate 28 million children aged 5-11 “Hub” in the pandemic.

The Pfizer vaccine for children 5-11 years old was recently approved by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Photo source: Big Bird/Twitter

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