Following this weeks approval of the Pfizer Covid vaccine, a spokeswoman for Boris Johnson has said the PM could potentially receive the vaccine during a televised broadcast.
The thinking behind such a strange and unprecedented broadcast, is an attempt to counteract the growing public distrust in the vaccines composition and effectiveness.
In a recent YouGov poll, more than one in five people stated that they had safety reservations over the vaccine, a unusually high figure compared to typical anti-vaxxer poles.
It is important to note that thus far no evidence has come to light that suggest that the Pfizer composition is anything but a traditional vaccine.
After being pushed by opposition leader Sir Keir Starmer to “do everything possible to counter dangerous disinformation about the virus”, Boris nor his advisors have ruled out the surreal suggestion of a live demonstration of the vaccine.
When asked about the reality of the rumored livestream, Press Secretary Allegra Stratton stated, “I don’t think it would be something that he would rule out, but he wouldn’t want to take a jab that should be used for the vulnerable”.