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Boris Johnson to submit to the AstraZeneca vaccine today and asks citizens not to refuse their dose

The leader Boris Johnson will receive in the coming hours the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine and urges people to do the same to defeat the Covid.

The leader Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson is ready to receive his dose of the Oxford vaccine (AstraZeneca) in the next few hours. In the meantime he tries to sensitize the citizens by assuring them the safety of vaccines.

Boris Johnson to submit to the AstraZeneca vaccine today

A move that could lead to an improvement in the perception that you have of the vaccine developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca, after the doubts and criticism that has so far received.

A move that could improve the perception of the vaccine

Despite the fact that in recent weeks some European countries had temporarily suspended him because of suspected links with blood clots, the UK has always continued to defend it and has never stopped administering it. In any case, it has now also been readmitted to some European countries, because the EMA has ensured that it is safe. EMA Executive Director Emer Cooke, in fact, stressed that such a situation and such cases were not unexpected, because millions of people are subject to the vaccine. It is normal for this to happen but these are rare and sporadic events.

The leader Boris Johnson continues to urge citizens to submit to the vaccine against Covid-19 to ensure that cases continue to decline, hospitals are being filled less and less and restrictions can gradually be alleviated.

In addition to Mr Johnson, French Prime Minister Jean Castex should also receive the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine today.

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