Vaccination efforts against the coronavirus outbreak continue all over the world. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, was among those who had been vaccinated against the coronavirus.
While the coronavirus epidemic continues to wreak havoc around the world, countries are continuing their vaccination efforts to protect their citizens from the disease. In the UK, where vaccination efforts against the coronavirus outbreak are continuing, famous names have also started to get their vaccinations.
Finally, members of the Royal Family of England have had their coronavirus vaccines. Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, announced on his social media account that he had the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine. William’s vaccine was administered at the Science Museum in London.
Prince William, 38, contracted the coronavirus in April last year and was re-healthy after treatment.