Did You Know That Elvis Presley Convinced Young Americans To Take Polio Vaccine? Over 80% of Black Americans Say They Don’t Trust the New COVID-19 Vaccine

Published Dec 22, 2020

Did You Know That Elvis Presley Convinced Young Americans To Take Polio Vaccine? Over 80% of Black Americans Say They Don’t Trust the New COVID-19 Vaccine

Iconic groundbreaking singer, Elvis Presley, who passed away in 1977, convinced many young people to take the polio vaccine in 1956.

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