The American version of the children’s program Sesame Street is used to promote corona vaccinations. CNN reported Saturday a video that shows how the characters viewers inform the jab.
In the United States, children between the ages of five and eleven can receive a corona vaccination for a week. That is why it is now being explained via Sesame Street what exactly such a vaccination entails.
I got the COVID-19 vaccine today! My wing is feeling a little sore, but it'll give my body an extra protective boost that keeps me and others healthy.
Ms. @EricaRHill even said I’ve been getting vaccines since I was a little bird. I had no idea!
— Big Bird (@BigBird) November 6, 2021
Big Bird, the American version of Pino, shared on Twitter that he had been vaccinated. “I had the COVID-19 vaccine today. My wing feels a little sore, but it gives my body the extra protection it needs to keep myself and others healthy,” the tweet reads.
Well this stinks. Apparently, the COVID-19 vaccines won’t make you feel grouchy at all! That's what @KizzyPhD said at today's town hall, anyway. You might get a sore arm and feel tired, so at least there’s that.
— Oscar the Grouch (@OscarTheGrouch) November 6, 2021
Oscar also says he has been vaccinated. To his great disappointment, he has heard that people grumble less because of the vaccine. “You might get a sore arm and get a little tired, luckily there is.”
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