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Ciara visits White House to promote vaccinations for children

Jill Biden, Ciara Princess Wilson, Sienna Princess, Win Harrison Wilson
First lady Jill Biden, singer and wife of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, Ciara Princess Wilson, right, with her children Sienna Princess, 4, and Win Harrison Wilson, 1, watch from the White House balcony as President Joe Biden, leave the White House on Marine One, Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021, in Washington. Biden is traveling to visit the General Motors’ electric vehicle assembly plant in Detroit. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

The multi-talented singer and model Ciara visited the White House Wednesday to promote Covid-19 vaccinations for young children.

The singer brought along her three beautiful kids, all under 7 years old on the visit.

While at the White House, Ciara was set to meet with First Lady Jill Biden and pediatrician Hina Talib to discuss the importance of vaccinations for kids.

Ciara has embraced her activist role and is ready to roll up her sleeves and get to work.

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention two weeks ago approved use in children the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. It was approved for emergency use in children from 5 to 11 years.

According to the Associated Press 10% of eligible children in the age range have received a dose of the vaccine.

First Lady Jill Biden been on a nationwide effort to promote Covid-19 vaccinations for kids once the Pfizer vaccine was approved for use in children.

Ciara visit to the White House is one of many visits from celebrities supporting the Covid-19 vaccinations for kids.

Kudos to the singer for doing her part and standing with the First Lady Jill Biden on her mission to get all kids vaccinated.