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Queen Elizabeth soon to be vaccinated against the coronavirus

The 94-year-old sovereign and her husband Prince Philip, 99, will both be vaccinated on a priority basis because of their age and not under preferential treatment, the Mail on Sunday reported.

LThe Queen of England Elizabeth II will receive in the coming weeks the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which has just received the green light from British health authorities, the British press reported on Saturday evening.

The 94-year-old sovereign and her husband Prince Philip, 99, will both be vaccinated on a priority basis because of their age and not under preferential treatment, the Mail on Sunday reported.

According to the newspaper, these oldest members of the royal family will make public this vaccination in order to “encourage the greatest number to be vaccinated”, while the authorities fear that the anti-vaccine activists do not sow doubt in the population .

Britain has given the green light to the coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer and BioNTech laboratories for a vaccination campaign that will begin among the oldest and most vulnerable people.

Buckingham Palace did not immediately respond to . requests.

The Daily Mirror says for its part that several celebrities in the United Kingdom have publicly committed to be vaccinated to support this vaccination campaign.

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