UK PM Borris Johnson Takes First Jab Of AstraZeneca Covid-19 Vaccine

London: The United Kingdom Prime Minister Borris Johnson on Saturday took the first jab of Astrazeneca Covid-19 vaccine . Johnson took his twitter account to share the news.

The United Kingdom PM wrote “I’ve just received my first Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine dose. Thank you to all of the incredible scientists, NHS staff and volunteers who helped make this happen.’ Getting the jab is the best thing we can do to get back to the lives we miss so much. Let’s get the jab done. I’ve just received my first Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine dose.


Earlier, Boris Johnson recovered from Covid-19, after contracting the virus in late March and spending three days in intensive care in early April last year.

According to the British Department of Health and Social Care, almost 50 per cent of all British adults have received a jab.

British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said Thursday that a need to retest 1.7 million vaccine doses as well as delays to doses arriving from India are the reasons why Britain is facing a “tighter” supply in Covid jabs next month. But the government insisted that the country is on course to offer all adults a dose by the end of July.


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