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(Paris = Yonhap News) Correspondent Hye-ran Hyun = British Queen Elizabeth II (94) and her husband Philip Gong (99) will be vaccinated against infection with the new coronavirus (Corona 19) in a few weeks, according to a British daily letter.
The e-mail said on the 6th (local time), citing a high-ranking source, said that the Queen’s spouse, like everyone else, would be waiting for the vaccinations to come.
The UK is the first in the world to agree to the emergency use of the Corona 19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and Bioentech, and vaccinations will start on the 8th of this month.
In accordance with the guidelines set by the government, the Corona 19 vaccine is given first to elderly people and employees living in nursing facilities, followed by seniors over the age of 80 as well as health and medical personnel.
The Royal Family is considering plans to disclose the facts of the Queen’s vaccination while drawing the line as a “personal decision” and “personal matter” on the matter, The Times’ Sunday Edition reported.
This is a move that is in line with the hope of relieving the movement to refuse vaccination in the UK and outside the UK for fear of side effects.
Queen Elizabeth II said that when the new polio vaccine was released in 1957, she vaccinated Prince Charles and Princess Anne, then aged 8 and 6, easing public concern.
The UK government has ordered 40 million doses of the Corona 19 vaccine so far, of which 800,000 doses will be first administered from next week.
Since the Corona 19 vaccine needs to be vaccinated twice every 21 days, 20 million people can be vaccinated at the amount guaranteed by the UK government.
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