Britain's 90-year-old grandmother finds Pfizer's corona vaccine first in the world
Covid-19 Vaccine: A 90-year-old woman from Northern Ireland has become the first person in the world to be vaccinated by Pfizer / Biontech to protect against Kovid-19.
A 90-year-old woman from Northern Ireland has become the first person in the world to be vaccinated by Pfizer / BioNTech to protect her from COVID-19. Britain's mass vaccination program began, with Margaret Keenan being vaccinated.
Keenan, who lives in Eniskillen, said after receiving the vaccine that she felt "very special". He has been vaccinated at Coventry's University Hospital.
According to BBC news, Keenan is the first person in the world to have been vaccinated by Pfizer / Biontech Kovid-19 on a non-trial basis. The vaccine was approved by the UK's Drug and Health Care Production Regulatory Agency (MHRA) last week.
Keenan said that I had the privilege of getting the first corona vaccine. He further said that this is a wonderful gift I got a few days before my birthday. I hope that I will be able to return to normal life. Now I can look forward to spending time with my family and friends in the new year. I want to thank everyone, I was taken care of.