World's first man to get Covid-19 vaccine dies of unrelated illness in UK

An 81-year-old pensioner in the UK who made history when he became the first man in the world to have the Covid-19 vaccination has died of an unrelated illness, the British media reported on Tuesday. William Shakespeare hit global headlines on December 8 last year when he became the first man to have the jab to fight against the coronavirus at the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire.

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