Second person to receive COVID-19 vaccine, namesake of World greatest English writer

The breakthrough in coronavirus vaccines has been a great development to mankind.

The world had suffered from a pandemic that has almost brought the world to a standstill.

Governments of different nations enforced lockdown, physical and social distancing, and using masks to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

The United Kingdom becomes the first Western country to begin a mass vaccination programme.

Margeret Keenan is the first person to receive the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine in the world.  The 90 years old woman who would be a year older next week felt privileged to be the first to be vaccinated against the virus.

She considers it as an early birthday gift.

A second person has received the vaccine.
If you may find it hard to cram the name of the first person in history to receive the Covid-19 vaccination, the second comes easy to remember.

Because he is the namesake of the world’s greatest English writer, poet, and dramatist, Williams Shakespeare.

Williams Shakespeare from Warwickshire, Uk, becomes the second person in the world to receive the Covid-19 vaccines.

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