Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom called on the British to vaccinate against Govt-19 and explained that the injection “did not hurt at all” and that “you should think of others”.
The 94-year-old king, like her husband Prince Philip, 99, said he felt “protected” after being vaccinated in January. He made the remarks during a video call with health officials yesterday Responsible for vaccination campaigns in four block countries of the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland).
More than 18 million people have received the first dose of the Covit-19 vaccine in the UK, where the vaccine campaign began in December.
The government wants all adults to receive at least one dose of the vaccine by the end of July. The acceptance rate for the vaccine is very high, about 90 percent, but some minorities are reluctant.
When asked to share his experience with the vaccine, The king replied, it was “very fast.”.
“It was very fast and I got a lot of letters from people They are very surprised at how easy it is to get vaccinated. Citing Buckingham Palace, no puncture was reported.
“If people have never been vaccinated (…) but it is difficult for them They need to think about others other than themselves“The queen is clearing the world by comparing the corona virus to a” plague “.
His eldest son Prince Charles and his wife Camilla were vaccinated against the virus last year.
Prince William, grandson of the Queen, He announced Monday that he would be “in the front line” to receive the vaccine To show that it is safe, but “wait (its) time.”
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