Germany conducts first vaccination on 101-year-old | NOW



101-year-old receives first vaccine in Germany
In Germany, someone has been vaccinated against the corona virus for the first time. 101-year-old Edith Kwoizalla from Halberstadt was given the vaccine on Saturday, Boxing Day. That is one day earlier than the planned start of the vaccination in Germany.

According to those present, the elderly woman smiled behind her mouth mask during the vaccination, writes Bild. “Every day that we wait is one day too many,” said nurse Tobias Kr├╝ger. Of the 59 residents of the senior center in Saxony-Anhalt, 40 have been vaccinated, as well as 10 employees, according to the German newspaper.

The official start of the vaccination in Germany is scheduled for Sunday. People over 80, nurses and hospital personnel at risk are the first to be vaccinated. Hungary also carried out a first vaccination on Saturday, while many other EU countries received the first doses of the Pfizer vaccine on Saturday.

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