President Barack Obama, with, from left, former first lady Laura Bush, former President George W. Bush and first lady Michelle Obama during the opening ceremony of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. in 2016.

Four of the five living former U.S. presidents appeared in a public service announcement released Thursday to encourage Americans to get the coronavirus vaccine, but the most recent First Couple does not appear.

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Notably absent from the video showing the Obamas, the Bushes, the Clintons and the Carters receiving their coronavirus vaccination, were the most recent inhabitants of the White House, Donald and Melania Trump.

Michelle and I got vaccinated against COVID-19 because we know its the best way to beat this pandemic, protect one another, and get the country back up and running again. So I hope youll get the vaccine as soon as its available to you. It could save your life. pic.twitter.com/OJLwZbv0iz

Barack Obama (@BarackObama) March 11, 2021

Right now the Covid-19 vaccines are available to millions of Americans, and soon they will be available to everyone, George W. Bush said in the video. Barack Obama followed with: This vaccine means hope, it will protect you and those you love from this dangerous and deadly virus.

Ad Council spokeswoman Ellyn Fisher said the council, which produced the video, began the project in December, when Trump was still president. Portions of another ad featuring Obama, Bush and Clinton were shot at President Joe Bidens inauguration, which Trump did not attend.

We just learned last week that President Trump did get vaccinated and were so pleased he advised Americans to go get your shot, she said in a statement.

Trump spokesman Jason Miller did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Trump also did not get his coronavirus vaccine publicly, like the former presidents, former Vice President Mike Pence, Vice President Kamala Harris and Biden have.

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