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World Covid-19: Merkel received a first dose of AstraZeneca

22:50  16 april  2021
22:50  16 april  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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proof of support, Angela Merkel received a first dose of the Anti-Covid vaccine of the Anglo-Swedish laboratory Astrazeneca. "To be vaccinated is the key to getting out of the pandemic," said the Chancellor. I'm glad to have received today (Friday) my first dose with Astrazeneca. We do not blame with the Chancellery Certificates: Steffen Seibert's government spokesman posted the German leader's vaccination certificate.

Angela Merkel did not take advantage of any right pass. At age 66, it entered the public age category eligible for Vaccination by Anglo-Swedish Serum, forbids at least 60 years since March 30, , due to the risk of brain thrombosis among the youngest. She insisted on being vaccinated as an ordinary citizen, especially since she is able to keep his distances, which can not be done by "a kindergarten teacher" for example, reports the site of Spiegel.

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Kanzlerin #Merkel : "Ich Freue Mich, Dass Ich Heute Die Erstimpfung Mit Astrazeneca Bekommen Habe. Ich Danke Allen, Die Sich in der impfkampagne Engineen - und Allen, Die Sich Impfen Lassen. Das impfen est derchlüssel, um die pandemie zu überwinden. " pic.twitter.com/p4kmjynrlc

- Steffen Seibert (@regsprehe) April 16, 2021

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The Olaf Scholz Vice Chancellor, 62, has also been vaccinated with this serum by a medical team of the Federal Army. Germany nevertheless nurtured a particular mistrust with respect to this vaccine. The President of the Federal Republic of Germany, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, also received a first dose of this vaccine at the beginning of the month. As of April 2, there were 42 cases listed by cerebral venous thrombosis in Germany after AstraZeneca vaccination. In 35 cases, they are women aged 20 to 63 and 8 people died.

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In the morning Angela Merkel spoke in front of the Bundestag. "To them alone, doctors and nurses can not win the fight against the virus in the third wave. They need the support of the state, politics, society, all of us, "she said, in an excerpt from a video transmitted by her spokesman.

Kanzlerin #Merkel Heute IM #Bundestag : Alleine Können Ärzte und Pfleger Den Kampf Gegen Das Virus in Der Dritten Welle Nicht Gewinnen. Sie Brachen Die Unterstützung von Staat, Politik, Gesellschaft - von a Allen. pic.twitter.com/lpys92qiwc

- Steffen Seibert (@regsprehe) April 16, 2021

The AstraZeneca jab and the price of fragmented decision-making .
Experts warn authorities’ divergent policies may damage trust and increase hesitancy in countries facing shortages.Sure enough, when a healthcare worker approached her with a shot of the jab developed by the Anglo-Swedish pharmaceutical giant and the University of Oxford, the 75-year-old stood firm to her conviction. With Hugony refusing to leave, a doctor finally relented after four hours and gave her a shot of the Moderna vaccine.

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