The coronavirus vaccine was given to Prince William for the first time. The Duke of Cambridge announced the news on Twitter. His tweet stated, “On Tuesday, I received my first dosage of the COVID-19 vaccine. To everyone involved in the vaccine rollout, thank you for everything you’ve done and continue to do,” the statement said.
The vaccine was given to the royal prince by NHS medical workers at the Science Museum immunisation centre in London, according to the Daily Mail. At the exhibition in Kensington, William, 2nd line to the throne, may be seen wearing a mask with his sleeve rolled up, and a medical health worker applying the vaccine on his arm.
Because he is under the age of 40, Prince William is said to have got the Pfizer or AstraZeneca coronavirous vaccine.