Queen Elizabeth II and her husband receive the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine

Queen Elizabeth II and her husband receive the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine

Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and her husband, Prince Philip, received the Covid-19 vaccine this Saturday, Buckingham Palace reported.

Palace sources said the 94-year-old Queen Elizabeth and the 99-year-old Duke of Edinburgh were vaccinated by a royal doctor at their residence at Windsor Castle, located on the outskirts of London, where they are serving confinement.

According to the British press, the queen decided to disseminate this information, which she considers private, to prevent rumors from spreading in the media.

Due to their advanced age, the couple is part of the risk groups that receive the vaccine as a priority in the United Kingdom, which has already been applied to almost 1.5 million people since the one developed by Pfizer was authorized, the first to get the go-ahead, on December 8. This week, British authorities also approved Oxford-AstraZeneca and Moderna.

Meanwhile, Catalina, wife of Prince William, celebrates her 39th birthday this Saturday, so both took the opportunity to upload photos of her with messages of congratulations on social networks. In turn, the couple decided to communicate with the staff of a London hospital to thank them for their work.

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