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Covid-19: The first man in the world to be vaccinated has died

Covid-19: The first man in the world to be vaccinated has died

Last Thursday, the first man to be vaccinated against Covid died. William Shakespeare died at the age of 81 after a long illness after suffering a stroke.

British William Shakespeare dies at the age of 81. He is the first man to be vaccinated against itCovid-19. He died of a stroke in the hospital after that Long illness. William Shakespeare, also called Bell made history by name on December 8, being the first man to receive the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine At Coventry University Hospital. A former Rolls-Royce employee died in the same hospital. He left behind a wife, Joy, as well as two sons and four grandchildren..

While being vaccinated, We will especially remember his name, William Shakespeare, as well as his origin, and Warwickshire. According to his friends, Bell was especially proud to be Coventry. Bell was so grateful he had the opportunity to become one of the first people in the world to receive the vaccine.. It was something I was very proud of – He liked to see the media coverage And the positive difference he was able to make in the lives of so many people. ” His wife Joy said while honoring her late husband.

‘A very likable character’

William Shakespeare was born in Coventry. For more than 30 years he has been a parish advisor on a parish councilAlesley. He was also a prefect of a high school Codon Court. The man was also a staunch defender of the environment. Actually, He participated in planting hundreds of trees in Codon Wedge And actively participated in the creation of Codon Wood.

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“Bell loved meeting people and Help them in any way possible“, Says his wife Joy. Still according to her, He was an exceptional husband, father and grandfather. He left a positive imprint on everyone who knew him.

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