Jill Biden donned the dress she wore for her Vogue cover during a trip to Georgia to push people to get their COVID vaccine.
She toured a pop-up vaccination site at a Savannah high school with Senator Raphael Warnock.
Warnock, one of the state's two Democratic senators who won a January special election, is up for re-election next year and already a top Republican target.
The first lady praised him repeatedly in her remarks.
'You've been in the Senate what less than a year now. But gosh, look at all he has done. You know, you've already delivered for this state,' she said, adding that Warnock invited her to come visit his home town.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Biden wore the blue Oscar de la Renta dress she donned in her cover shoot for the August edition of Vogue, where she was the subject of a flowery profile about her work as first lady. She often repeats her designer outfits.
Jill Biden donned the dress she wore for her Vogue cover during a trip to Georgia
Jill Biden was joined in her COVID vaccine push by Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock, who is a top Republican target in the 2022 elections
Jill Biden gets a pie to-go at Green Truck Neighborhood Pub
Jill Biden pays for her pecan pies during an unscheduled stop at a diner in Savannah
She has been touring the nation, focusing on states with low vaccine rates, to get more shots in the arms of Americans. Last week she was in Texas and Arizona while, the week before that, she was in Mississippi, Tennessee and Florida.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Jill Biden on August cover of Vogue
Georgia has 37% of its adults vaccinated and 44% have gone at least one shot, one of the lowest rates in the nation.
'When you decide to get vaccinated, you're protecting yourself and your community. You make it safer for your kids, your family members, your church friends, person by person, we can stop this virus together, but only if we all do our part,' Biden said.
She also made an unscheduled