Warren, Markey, Clark get first doses of coronavirus vaccine

Members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation are getting their first doses of a coronavirus vaccine.
U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Edward Markey and U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark all announced Saturday that they had received their first shots of the two-dose vaccines authorized for emergency use this month.
“Upon medical advice, I received a coronavirus vaccine this morning,” Clark, who is now the fourth-highest-ranking House Democrat, said in a statement. “A vaccine has been made available to Congress because of the need for continuity of government operations. While I am no more deserving of the vaccine than anyone else, I want to demonstrate that coronavirus vaccines are safe and effective.”
Markey and Warren issued a similar joint statement saying the “vaccine is safe, effective, and will save lives.”
“We will continue to wear masks, practice social distancing, and work to make sure vaccines are made widely available and administered equitably to health care workers, essential workers, teachers, medically underserved communities, and the rest of our nation at no cost and as soon as possible,” the senators said. “The vaccine is a testament to all we can achieve when we listen to scientists, follow the advice of public health experts, and come together as a country.”

At the advice of the Office of the Attending Physician for the continuity of government, I received the first of two shots of the COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday. The vaccine is safe, effective, and will save lives. pic.twitter.com/d1lyB8lYYs
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) December 19, 2020

Clark, Markey and Warren are the latest federal lawmakers to publicly announce their vaccinations as some of the top leaders from both parties work to dispel concerns about the shots.
Vice President Mike Pence got his on live television on Friday. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell tweeted about their shots, as did former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, now a U.S. senator from Utah.
“Vaccines are how we beat this virus,” McConnell wrote.
While some elected officials make their vaccinations public to set an example, Gov. Charlie Baker said Friday he likely would not.
“The folks who work at our hospitals generally and in our health care system generally getting vaccinated is a lot more important than me and frankly a lot more meaningful, I think, to most people,” Baker said. “I don’t really think of myself as somebody who should get vaccinated before I actually qualify as an individual.”
The trio of Bay State lawmakers received their shots in Washington, where legislators remain locked in negotiations over a long-delayed coronavirus relief package as the threat of a government shutdown looms.
“Our work is not over until every American is healthy and protected from this virus and is able to provide for their families,” Clark said.

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