Saturday, April 03, 2021
“I’m glad and happy”
Wieler and Seibert vaccinated with Astrazeneca
AstraZeneca’s vaccine has been in the news for weeks. A few days ago there were new recommendations for its use. Citizens at least 60 years of age benefit from it. Lothar Willer and Stephen Seibert belong to them. RKI owner and government spokesperson took the opportunity.
Lothar Willer, president of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), has been vaccinated against the coronavirus with the AstraZeneca vaccine. In a statement tweeted by RKI, Willer said, “I am delighted and delighted that I was vaccinated the AstraZeneca vaccine this morning.” Next to it was a black and white photo of vaccination. Government spokesman Stephen Seibert also reported on 60 years of “happy Easter”. She was also vaccinated with the vaccine from the British-Swedish manufacturer Astrazeneca in Berlin.
Wiler thanked the Berlin Immunization Hotline and the staff of the Immunization Center. “The end of the epidemic is approaching every vaccination,” he emphasized. Seibert thanked everyone at the Tegel Airport Immunization Center, “who created such a friendly and positive atmosphere there”.
Wieler and Seibert are both 60 years old. In Berlin and many other federal states, people over the age of 60 can now be vaccinated with the AstraZeneca product, even if they are actually lower in the vaccination sequence. Its background is the decision not to use this vaccine for people under 60 years of age. Previously, cases of cerebral vein thrombosis occurred in relation to vaccination, especially among young women.
On Thursday, federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier himself vaccinated at the Bundeswehr Hospital in Berlin – as well as the vaccine from AstraZeneca. “I believe there are approved vaccines in Germany,” the head of state said. “Take advantage of the opportunities – join in,” the 65-year-old appealed.
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