President Joe Biden receives a COVID-19 booster shot

President Joe Biden raises his shirt sleeve as he receives the COVID-19 booster shot at the White House’s South Court Auditorium in Washington, D.C. on Monday afternoon (September 27).

Last week, the Commander in Chief announced his intention to get the booster shot and kept his word. He got the shot on television.

“Boosters are necessary, but the most important thing we need to do is get more people vaccinated,” he said immediately before getting his shot.

“The vast majority of Americans are acting in the best interests of their country. Over 77 percent of Americans have had at least one vaccination, according to Biden. “About 23% haven’t received any vaccinations. And that small group of people is wreaking havoc on the rest of the country. The unvaccinated are suffering from a pandemic. That is why, whenever possible, I am enforcing vaccine requirements.”

Biden was also photographed for the first time during COVID-19 in December.