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Trump was booed after admitting he was injected

Dan Merica | CNN

Former President Donald Trump was booed by part of an audience in Dallas on Sunday when he said he had received the COVID-19 vaccine, according to a video of a closed press event posted on social media.

Comments Trump, who despite his administration’s support for his administration’s efforts to develop vaccines against COVID, rarely discusses his vaccinations and largely refuses to encourage others to do so, came during a halt on his tour with former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.

According to a video posted by O’Reilly on Twitter for “No Spin News,” the former Fox News anchor says, “Both the President and I are vaccinated,” and then asks Trump, “Did you get the booster?”

“Yes,” Trump says when smirks are heard in the audience. “Don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t,” Trump says in the video, apparently trying to calm the hype. “It’s okay, there is a very small group.”

CNN contacted Trump’s spokesperson for more details on the former president’s decision to inject an additional injection.

Unvaccinated people are 10 times more likely to test positive and 20 times more likely to die from Covid-19 than fully vaccinated people who also received booster vaccinations, according to data recently released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

CDC data evaluating data for October suggests that the gap in risk between unvaccinated people and those who received the booster vaccine is even greater than between unvaccinated people and those fully vaccinated with their original series. Unvaccinated people are five times more likely to test positive for Covid-19 and 14 times more likely to die from Covid-19 than fully vaccinated people, according to the CDC.

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Trump, who contracted Covid as president, received his first Covid-19 vaccine out of the spotlight before leaving office. Months later, CNN reported that his vaccinations were not recorded by official photographers or videographers, according to someone familiar with the matter. And Trump did not participate in the public announcement of COVID-19, which featured all other living former presidents.

Trump said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal in September that he was unlikely to receive a booster injection, saying he felt “in good shape from that point of view” and “probably won’t get” a booster.

“I’ll look at the material later,” he added. “I don’t mind, but probably not for me.”

This isn’t the first time Trump has heard the cry for vaccines.

“I totally believe in your freedoms. I do. You have to do what you have to do. But I recommend getting vaccinated. I did it. Okay. Take the vaccines, ”Trump said at an event in Alabama in August.

Some of the viewers booed this statement in response.

“No it’s okay. It’s okay, ”Trump said, seemingly acknowledging the grin. “You have freedom, but I made the vaccine. If it doesn’t work, you’ll be the first to know, okay? “

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