As a large number of Christian community is celebrating their holy festival, Christmas all around the world, the President-elect sent in best greetings on the glorious Christmas.
Taking to his Twitter handle, Joe Biden and his wife, Jill extended best Christmas wishes to the entire Christian community.
“Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. Jill and I wish you and your family peace, joy, health and happiness this season. But we know for so many of you in our nation this has been a very difficult year and we’re reminded in this season of hope our common community and what we’re called to do for one another.”
The US President further added that, “Many of our American fellows are struggling to find work, literally put food on the table, pay their rent on their mortgage, we’re reminded we are on this Earth to care for one another and be a source of help and hope.”
“This is also a season of gratitude,” Biden’s wife sais, adding “Our family knows your sacrificeand our hearts are with you.”
From our family to yours, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. pic.twitter.com/NzVEFFfrG1
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) December 25, 2020
Earlier, President-elect Joe Biden had received his first dose of the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine.
The Democrat leader says he was getting the jab to show Americans it is “safe to take”.
Mr. Biden got the jab live on TV from Newark, Delaware. He said, “I’m doing this to demonstrate that people should be prepared when it’s available to take the vaccine,” “There’s nothing to worry about.”
He said the Trump administration “deserves some credit” for launching the country’s vaccine program.
The Biden team has set a goal of 100 million Covid-19 vaccinations in the US during the administration’s first 100 days in the White House.
Mr. Biden also said that his wife Jill Biden has received her first dose earlier in the day. Vice-president Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff are likely to receive their first jab next week.
The roll-out had begun for a second vaccine by Moderna, which was approved last week.