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Kamala Harris receives 2nd COVID-19 vaccine dose

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Vice President Kamala Harris has received the second dose of her COVID-19 vaccine and urged everyone to get vaccinated. (Jan. 26)

Video Transcript

- Ready.

KAMALA HARRIS: Yeah.

- A little stick.

KAMALA HARRIS: OK.

- How was that?

KAMALA HARRIS: When are you going to put it in?

[LAUGHTER]

- I hear that a lot. All right. I got to put a little Band-Aid on there.

KAMALA HARRIS: OK. It was really painless.

- Oh, good. Great, I'm glad to hear that. There you go.

KAMALA HARRIS: OK.

- And you're good.

KAMALA HARRIS: Thank you Nurse [? Chan. ?]

- You're welcome.

KAMALA HARRIS: Thank you very much.

- You're welcome.

KAMALA HARRIS: I want to thank everyone for all you're doing. So now to the vaccine, NIH, these scientists, these medical professionals doing the work of pursuing what is in the interest of the public health, have been a big part of the vaccine that I just took. They, through the research, through the dedication, created something that will save your life and the life of your family and the community.

And so I want to urge everyone to take the vaccine when it is your turn. It is really pretty painless. And it will save your life. So thanks to all who are doing this great and important work. Let's make sure everyone gets a vaccine. On behalf of President Biden and myself, I thank you for everything you do every day. And the bottom line is that we're going to get a hundred million vaccinations in 100 days. And then we're going to continue to do what is necessary to improve the health and well-being of our country.