Intelligence and a sense of humor are passed on in the Gates family from generation to generation, but not through the COVID-19 vaccine, as some conspirators tend to believe.
Bill Gates’ daughter Jennifer proved this once again in an Instagram post announcing that she was vaccinated with the first dose of messenger RNA. The 24-year-old medical student wrote that she was extremely grateful for the privilege of receiving the vaccine and urged people, more jokingly, more seriously, to follow her example.
“It has been more than a year since the advent of SARS-CoV-2 and now we have several solutions, including immunizations, that contribute to the protection of individuals and communities.
I am extremely privileged to receive the first dose of messenger RNA, which will teach my cells to get a protective immune response to this virus.
As a medical student and aspiring scientist, I am grateful that you will provide me with protection and safety in the future during my practice. I urge you all to document yourself and consider this option for both you and your families. The more immunized people are, the safer our communities are for everyone.
A simple thank you is not enough to describe the gratitude I feel for researchers, public health experts, pharmacists and all those who have made such an achievement of modern medicine possible.
Healthcare workers have worked tirelessly to save as many lives as possible, and this vaccine will only increase their chances of success, “she wrote on her Instagram account.
“I’ll still wear the mask (or two!) After I get the second dose – I hope that goes without saying,” Bill Gates’ daughter adds in a postscript before concluding with a joke. “PPS unfortunately, the vaccine did NOT implant my father’s genius in my brain – if the messenger RNA had such power …..!”
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