• May 21, 2022

Lt. Governor Flanagan tests positive for COVID-19

The vice president rolled up a sleeve on Saturday and took a third shot of the Moderna vaccine. She’d previously achieved full vaccination after receiving her first dose on Dec. 29 and her second on Jan. 26.

“I got the booster shot and I want to encourage everyone to do the same when you are eligible,” Harris said. “And as we have said from the beginning, the vaccines are free they are safe and they will save your life.”

RELATED: Vice President Kamala Harris to get COVID-19 booster shot

U.S. regulators approved booster doses for people 65 or older and people with preexisting conditions. At 57, Harris fails to satisfy the age requirement.

But regulators also permit boosters for people who work jobs that increase their risk of exposure. The White House said Harris’ duties frequently require her to travel and interact with a wide range of people, making her eligible for the third jab.
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Vice President Kamala Harris speaks during a campaign rally for Terry McAuliffe, Democratic gubernatorial candidate for Virginia, not pictured, in Norfolk, Virginia, U.S., on Friday, Oct. 29, 2021. (Photographer: Carlos Bernate/Bloomberg via Getty Im

 

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