McDonald’s latest company to promote COVID-19 vaccine push

McDonald’s is adding a message to the morning cup of joe.

The fast-food company is partnering with the White House to get all eligible Americans vaccinated against COVID-19.

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McDonald’s is adding a message to its McCafe coffee cups later this month that reads “We Can Do This,” the company said in a news release. The slogan comes with information on where to get vaccinated.

The stickers that are added to delivery bags will also include the slogan, CNN reported.

“Getting vaccinated is easy. More than 150 million people have already gotten at least one dose of vaccine, and millions more are getting vaccinated every day,” said Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra in the news release announcing the partnership. “Thanks to McDonald’s, people will now be able to get trusted information about vaccines when they grab a cup of coffee or order a meal.”

In addition to the stickers and coffee cups, the McDonald’s located in the heart of Times Square will also display vaccine information later this month, CNN reported.

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