Olivia Rodrigo wants her fans to be happy, healthy and vaccinated against Covid-19. The Good 4 U songstress, who also stars in High School Musical: The Musical: The Series on Disney+, met with President Joe Biden and his chief medical adviser Dr Anthony Fauci at the White House on Wednesday, July 14, to participate in a social media campaign urging young people to get their Covid-19 vaccination shots. Erika Jayne mansion misery: why is the RHOBH star’s home up for sale? Photos show Rodrigo in a pink plaid blazer, matching skirt and white platform heels with black socks arriving to the White House Wednesday morning. In videos circulating on social media, Rodrigo can be seen walking into the West Wing. Rodrigo made waves in pop culture with the May release of her chart-topping debut album, “Sour” . In a June interview with USA Today , the singer-songwriter opened up about writing music that connects to people of all ages. Which A-listers are Instagram’s biggest earners of 2021? “I was just so pleased that it connected with people older than me,” Rodrigo said of the album. “Even if you’re not going through a heartbreak, it can take you back to a time when you were experiencing feelings like that. My favourite part about music is that it can transport you to different places. My songs can transport a 50-year-old man back to when he was 18 going through his first heartbreak. And [it’s] not something I take for granted.” Rodrigo’s solo debut with Drivers Licence , the pop ballad about a lost love, went viral on social media and broke Spotify’s record for most streams of a song in a single week. It even got a stamp of approval from Taylor Swift, who responded to Rodrigo’s success by posting “that’s my baby and I’m so proud”. Well, we bet Swift is equally proud of Rodrigo’s vaccination campaign, too. Why Cristiano Ronaldo can’t sell his Trump Tower apartment After a strong period of vaccination drives across the United States, the pace has slowed down, with young people among the main groups failing to get their shots. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 48 per cent of the US population has been fully vaccinated and 55.5 per cent have received at least one dose. Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .