According to the “Daily News” report, German Chancellor Angela Merkel will receive AstraZeneca vaccination tomorrow for the coronavirus vaccine.
Merkel will be 67 years old in July and will receive the AstraZenec vaccination. Due to the blood clot problem of young people, the vaccine is only available in Germany for people over 60 years of age.
A government spokesperson declined to confirm the news, citing a statement from chief spokesman Steffen Seibert (Steffen Seibert) on Monday.
So far, President Frank-Walter Steinmeier (Frank-Walter Steinmeier) has also been vaccinated by AstraZenecom. At the time, he expressed his confidence in the vaccine licensed in Germany.
According to the recommendations of the German Central Vaccine Council, only people in their 60s have received AstraZenecom vaccination since the beginning of April. The health ministers of the federal provinces decided a few days ago that people who received AstraZeneca as their first vaccine would receive Pfizer/BioNTech or Moderna as their second vaccine.