Queen Elizabeth urged her fellow Brits to install the COVID-19 vaccine, stating that their experience was smooth and that the shot “did not hurt at all.”
The 94-year-old Queen discussed the distribution of the vaccine across the UK on a video call with health leaders on Tuesday, and also stressed the importance of getting the job done, According to the bbc.
“Well, once you get the vaccine you know you’re safe, which I think is very important, and as far as I can tell it was fairly harmless,” she told the panel. .
“It was too early, and I have letters from many people who were very surprised at how easy it was for the queen to be vaccinated.” “And jab, it didn’t hurt at all.”
Naresh said she understands that some people may find it “difficult” to get vaccinated, but urged the public to “think of others rather than themselves”.
The queen and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, received their first dose of the vaccine in January.
Prince Philip was admitted to the hospital of King Edward VII of London last Tuesday where he had an infection.