More than discussing the problem, Day wanted to show exactly what it’s like to be vaccinated, so he let Vogue follow him as he received the second of his two vaccination shots. As he walked from his home to the Family Institute of Harlem, Day greeted his fellow Harlemites and chatted with strangers eager to get a selfie. Forever connected to the neighborhood he loves so much, he wants to protect himself and those around him. “Before fashion, I was a professional gambler, and everything in gambling is based on probability,” says Day.
“If people look at the probability, they’ll see that it just makes so much more sense to take the vaccine than to risk [and] not take it.” So says Daniel “Dapper Dan” Day of the COVID-19 crisis. Today’s episode of Good Morning Vogue takes you to Day’s Harlem neighborhood as the couturier makes his way to the Family Institute of Harlem for the second of his two vaccination shots, stopping on the way to speak with friends and pose for fan selfies, and to do a Zoom with Dr. Mary Bassett, the former commissioner of the New York City Department of Health and the director of the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University.
Bassett is a strong advocate for the vaccine. “It’s been given to nearly 78 million people so far,” she says, explaining that none of the three available in the United States is better than the others. “They’re all the same in the sense that they all protect strongly against severe illness, hospitalization, and death. I would recommend that you get whatever is on offer on the day that you go to get your vaccination.” She continues: “We can see the tail end of the COVID-19 pandemic, but it’s going to take all of us to get there.”
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