Queen Elizabeth II of Britain has said that she had no problems after taking the vaccine to protect against Kovid-19. He has also encouraged people to take vaccines to prevent the spread of infection. Queen Elizabeth (94) during a video call with health officials in England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland this week supported the vaccination campaign being run by the National Health Service (NHS) in Britain.
The Queen and her husband Prince Philip took their first dose of the vaccine last month. “When you take the vaccine, there is a feeling of being safe, which I think is very important,” the Queen said, referring to the dosage. There have been no problems. This happened immediately and I also received letters from many people that it is very easy to take the vaccine. No one is harmed by the vaccine. ”
Expressing concern over the hesitation among some people about the vaccine, the queen said, “I think it is a bit difficult for people who have never been vaccinated.” But they should think of others rather than themselves. “This video of the conversation has also been shared on the social media page of the royal family. Minister Nadhim Zahavi, who is overseeing vaccination in the UK, said the data shows that about 11.15 percent of people do not want to take vaccines.