Shakespeare worked in Rolls Royce and was a parish counselor. While taking his first dose, he said that it was ‘amazing’.
Bill Shakespeare (Photo Credit : Twitter)
The second person in the world who got Pfizer-Biontech Jab has died of an ‘unrelated’ disease. 81-year-old Bill Shakespeare had his first Vaccine Dose in December at the University Hospital Coventry after 91-year-old Margaret Keenan.
Shakespeare’s friend and Coventry counselor Jane Innes said she had died on Thursday. He said that Corona’s vaccine is the best tribute to Bill. Shakespeare worked at Rolls Royce and was a parish counselor. Shakespeare served his local community in Allesley for more than three decades. He said while taking his dose that it was ‘amazing’.
Leaving behind wife, son and grandchildren
Ines wrote in a post on Facebook: ‘Bill will be remembered for many things’. He said he was always proud of being from Coventry and had served as governor at Allesley Primary and Condon Court Schools. Shakespeare is left behind by his wife Joy, his two sons and grandchildren.
First person to get vaccinated
The West Midlands Labor Group said on Twitter that Bill has made headlines around the world as the first male to be vaccinated by Corona. Our sympathies are with Joey and Bill’s family and friends. Let us know that 90-year-old Margaret Keenan, who lives in Northern Ireland, is the first person in the world who has been given the Corona virus vaccine.
Margaret Keenan got the benefit of the habit of getting up early in the morning and reached the local hospital in Central England early in the morning. He was given Covid-19 Vaccine of Pfizer / Bio-N-Tech (Pfizer). She became the first person in the world to take this vaccine after vaccine trials on humans.
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