The scientific reason why President Trump has not yet received the vaccine


The COVID vaccine has now been administered to millions of Americans and though a handful of essential politicians and officials, including Vice President Mike Pence, vaccinated, president Donald Trump still has to sit for his lap. While you may be making assumptions about why Trump has not yet received the COVID vaccine, the real reason is based on science. Read on to find out why Trump is waiting to be vaccinated, and to see what side effect dr. Fauci steels himself, looking at the one side effect of Dr. Fauci.

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US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump return to the White House in Washington, DC after attending a Memorial Day ceremony on Monday, May 25, 2020 at Fort McHenry National Monument and Shrine in Baltimore, Maryland.
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When Trump had COVID, he received an aggressive form of care through various medications, including dexamethasone and brake desivir, as well as Regeneron’s monoclonal antibody cocktail. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that anyone receiving ‘monoclonal antibodies or recovery plasma as part of COVID-19 treatment’ should wait at least 90 days before being vaccinated.

According to the CDC, the buffer between treatment and vaccination is intended to avoid “interference with the treatment with immune responses caused by vaccines”. And sign up for our daily newsletter for more up-to-date COVID news sent directly to your inbox.

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Trump will receive the antibody cocktail from October 2. December 31 is exactly 90 days from the date it was announced that he had received the treatment, but he continued to receive it thereafter. On December 17, a White House official told CNN that the president was still reaping the benefits of his COVID treatment, pointing out that he would probably do so as soon as he reached the appropriate window to receive the vaccination. However, it is not clear when it is. To see a major update to the CDC’s vaccination guidelines, see The CDC has changed this important COVID vaccine guideline.

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The CDC continues to suggest that those infected with COVID should be vaccinated. “Because of the serious health risks associated with COVID-19 and the fact that re-infection with COVID-19 is possible, people may be advised to get a COVID-19 vaccine even if they have been sick with COVID-19 before.” says the agency.

If you have had COVID but have not received antibody treatment, you are free to get the vaccine once the virus has left your body. The CDC states: “Vaccination should be postponed until recovery from acute illness (if the person has symptoms) and the criteria for discontinuation of isolation have been met.” You can therefore be vaccinated 14 days after contracting COVID.

However, you can choose to wait longer. “Current evidence suggests that reinfection is uncommon in the 90 days after the initial infection,” the CDC points out. “Thus, persons with documented acute infection in the preceding 90 days may postpone the vaccination until the end of this period, if necessary.” And for more guidance on vaccines, check out These are the only people who should not get 2 doses of COVID vaccine.

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With Vice President Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence, Surgeon-General Jerome Adams vaccinated on December 18 on live TV. Same day, speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi announced that she also got the vaccine, just like the majority leader of the Senate Mitch McConnell.

Elected President Joe Biden received his vaccine shortly afterwards, on 21 December. Anthony Fauci, Managing Director, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), was vaccinated on 22 December. And recently, on December 29, elected vice president Kamala Harris also inoculated with her husband, Doug Emhoff. To see which states ignore the CDC’s proposals regarding the vaccination process, look at These 2 statements go against the CDC’s vaccination recommendations.