William Shakespeare, the world’s first male vaccine for COVD, dies in Britain at the age of 81

William Shakespeare, the world's first male vaccine for COVD, dies in Britain at the age of 81

William Shakespeare (Photo credit: Twitter)

London, May 25: William Shakespeare, an 81-year-old man who became the first person in the world to receive the cavid vaccine, has died. British media reported on Tuesday that Shakespeare had died of another disease. William Shakespeare, a 61-year-old British pensioner, was the first to be vaccinated. William Shakespeare made history on December 8, 2020, when he received his first vaccine at Coventry University Hospital in the Midlands. Margaret Kennon, 91, of Shakespeare, received her first Pfizer-bionatech vaccine at the same hospital after becoming the first person in the world to get the job.

Coventry councilor Jane Innes, a friend of Shakespeare, said he died Thursday (May 20) and said “Bill’s best tribute would be vaccinated. William died during the illness at Coventry Live, the same hospital where he vaccinated Kovid. Shakespeare’s Rolls.” Shakespeare has served his local community in Alsace for more than three decades. The BBC reports that Shakespeare left behind his wife Joy, his two adult sons and grandchildren.

West Midlands Labor Group said on Twitter: “Bill has made headlines worldwide. He is the first person in the world to be vaccinated by Corona.” His decades-long work at the party was recently recognized by Labor Party leader Kay Starr.


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