Anthony Fauci Hosts ‘So You Think You Can Get The Vaccine’ On SNL: WATCH

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SNL ridiculed the problematic national roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine, featuring Kate McKinnon doing her Anthony Fauci impersonation and hilariously hosting a parody game show So You Think You Can Get The Vaccine.

“The vaccine roll out is going strong,” explained McKinnon’s Fauci, “but it’s also very confusing. Who can get it? How? When? Where is it? Do both doses go in the same arm or different arms or what? I don’t know.”

“Tonight we give everyday Americans a chance to vie for vaccine eligibility on a little show we like to call, So You Think You Can Get The Vaccine?” McKinnon’s Fauci announced. “Getting the vaccine shouldn’t be a competition, but Americans will only want to get it if it means someone else can’t.”

McKinnon’s Fauci introduced NY Governor Andrew Cuomo (Pete Davidson) in a wickedly funny introduction that eviscerated the governor who’s emerging as a villain and not hero of the pandemic response, saying, “currently under fire for futzing with old dead people and also the kind of sexual harassment allegations that make you go, yeah, I could see that.”

Other featured characters included Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer (Cecily Strong) andTed Cruz, played again by Aidy Bryant

Watch it below.