Kate Middleton receives first dose of Covid-19 vaccine a week after husband Prince William

A photo of Kate being injected on Friday was posted on the Kensington Palace Twitter account yesterday afternoon (29 May 2021).

In an accompanying message, the royal said: “Yesterday I received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at the London Science Museum. I am very grateful to everyone who played a role in this launch – thank you for everything you did. “

Matt Hancock, Secretary of Health Responding to a Kensington Palace tweet, which was also stabbed at the Science Museum, said: “In the last two weeks more than half of people in their 30s have been vaccinated.

This step shows that people, especially in Great Britain, need not be afraid to be vaccinated. Because there are so many fake news circulating, making the palace families take the initiative, so that people believe and don’t have to worry

More than 32 million people have been vaccinated with a first dose in England, almost three-quarters of the total adult population, while more than 20 million people have had both doses.

In England and Scotland people aged 30 and above are being encouraged to get inoculated against coronavirus if they have not already done so.

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