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played secretly. And that's no longer really surprising across the Atlantic, ... The former US president and his wife Melania were vaccinated against Covid-19 in January, when they were still at the White House, according to information from those around them. Unlike Joe Biden, who was vaccinated live on television on December 21, weeks before he took office, Donald Trump had never publicly mentioned his vaccination.
"President Trump and the First Lady were vaccinated at the White House in January," a source close to the ex-president said without further details. An omission that must be reconsidered in light of the decisions of the Trump administration to fight the Covid-19 epidemic in the country, which has long played down the reach of the virus in the United States.
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"Everyone should get the vaccine"
The billionaire and former first lady Melania Trump both tested positive for the virus last fall. Donald Trump had been hospitalized for several days at Walter Reed's military hospital in suburban Washington.
Sunday, during his first speech since leaving the White House, Donald Trump, in an about-face of which he alone has the secret, ironically estimated that " everyone should get vaccinated ”. Even more tragic irony. His statements took on particular relief because some of his supporters are particularly skeptical of the vaccine.
Covid-19: the Italian president vaccinated without a pass .
© Quirinale Press Office / AFP - Handout Sergio Mattarella The Italian president, Sergio Mattarella, was vaccinated on Tuesday. Aged 79, he was eligible for the vaccine in Italy, regardless of his function. The President of the Italian Republic Sergio Mattarella, aged 79, was vaccinated Tuesday in a public hospital in Rome in strict accordance with the priorities decreed by the government for the vaccination campaign in the peninsula.