William Shakespeare got Shot of Covid-19 Vaccine

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A historical occasion like the rollout of a coronavirus vaccine requires a historic name, right? William Shakespeare, an 81-year-old British man who on Tuesday became the second person in the world to receive the Pfizer/BioNTech shot.

Shakespeare shares the name of the famous English playwright (who lived during an extended plague) and is from the county of Bard’s birth, Warwickshire.

“Ready?” the nurse asked. “Yeah,” Shakespeare answered. He didn’t appear to flinch as he received the jab in his arm.

Shakespeare admitted that he had been “a bit apprehensive about what the side effects could be — but there’s a small chance of that.”

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