Some of the British citizen became the first patients to receive Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine on Tuesday. The country has began the first mass vaccination scheme in the book of history, focusing over 80’s, care home workers and health care staff.
UK became the first western country to get authorised to use the vaccine on Dec. 1. The National Health service (NHS) will start distributing vaccination at 50 hospital hubs this week, and 800,000 doses will be administered by coming weeks.
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Margaret Keenan, who’ll be 91 years this coming week, was the first person to take the vaccine at University Hospital in Coventry, England at 6:31am in Tuesday morning. Keenan will receive a booster shot in 21 days to ensure she has the possibility of being protected against the virus. Keenan was vaccinated by the nurse named May Parsons, who thinks that it was the huge honour to be the part in the saving day. May Parsons is originally from Philippines. She has worked in the NHS since last 24 years.
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91 year old women becomes the first person in the world to receive Pfizer’s Covid-19 Vaccine
William Shakespeare was the second person to receive the vaccine, at University Hospital, Coventry. He is 81years old. He called the vaccine, “ground breaking”, in his television interview on Tuesday morning.
Dr. Hari Shukla
Dr. Hari Shukla, who was born in Uganda and moved to the UK in 1947 said, “I don’t take this for granted because hundreds of people have worked for this vaccine day and day to make sure we’ve got the vaccines in good time. So the lives of the people can be solved.”