Justin Trudeau gets second dose of COVID-19 vaccine
Prime Minister Justine Trudeau rolled up his sleeve for his second COVID-19 vaccine dose on Friday while encouraging others to get theirs.
Trudeau shared photos on Twitter while receiving his shot at a local pharmacy. The prime minister was given AstraZeneca for his first dose, and got Moderna’s mRNA vaccine for the second.
“Vaccines are our path to better days — so make sure you get your second dose when you can,” he said. “I got mine today, and I couldn’t be more grateful for the health care workers who’ve made this all possible.”
Vaccines are our path to better days – so make sure you get your second dose when you can. I got mine today, and I couldn’t be more grateful for the health care workers who’ve made this all possible. Find out when, where, and how you can get yours: https://t.co/Oei5tvVBlx pic.twitter.com/5Qf2CFbmcw
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) July 2, 2021
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The prime minister sported a shorter haircut than he’s had in months after Ontario entered Step 2 on June 30 and allowed hair salons to reopen.
Trudeau is scheduled to address the public during a news conference at 11:15 am ET after his vaccination in the morning.