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Queen Elizabeth II shares thoughts on Covid-19 vaccine

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UK Queen Elizabeth II has shared her thoughts on vaccination and how she feels ‘protected’ in the Royal family’s official Twitter on Friday.

“Well once you’ve had the vaccine, you have a feeling of, you know, you’re protected, which is why I think is very important.

“As far as I can make out it was quite harmless. It was very quick,’’ the Queen said in a video conference uploaded on Twitter.

The Queen stressed that the shot did not hurt at all, and urged people who have never been vaccinated before and are doubtful to think about others first and get vaccinated.

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On Jan. 9, Buckingham Palace announced that Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Duke Philip of Edinburgh, were vaccinated against Coronavirus at Windsor Castle, where the Queen and her husband were self-isolating during lock-down.

 

 

In other news, Prince Harry in a new interview has revealed the reason why he and his wife Meghan had to step back from the Royal family.

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Harry, sitting with James Corden in an open-air bus, revealed they were never allowed in an open-topped bus as he opened up on his decision to quit his Royal life.

According to the Prince, he had to quit because the environment was very toxic to him and his wife.

Harry also FaceTimed his wife, who calls him ‘Haz’ in the call, Corden asks if she wants to move again

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