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William Shakespeare, first man in UK to get Covid-19 vaccine, dies

William Shakespeare, first man in UK to get Covid-19 vaccine, dies

A UK man named William Shakespeare, the first in the country and one of the first in the world to receive an approved Covid-19 vaccine last year, has passed away from an unrelated illness. Shakespeare was 81. Shakespeare made headlines on Dec. 8 when he received the jab at University Hospital Coventry, a mere 20 miles from the famous playwright’s birthplace of Stratford-Upon-Avon.

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Andrew Montague
Andrew Montague 3 weeks

I knew it wouldn't take long for the conspiracy 'tards to be in here. Did you know that per capita cheese consumption tracks with people getting tangled in their bedsheets and dying? https://i.natgeofe.com/n/26e0fbd8-fd16-4191-922e-a591c35a4d10/chart-copy-2.jpeg?w=1548.75&h=611.25 When will you dumbasses learn correlation ≠ causation.

Christian Wagner
Christian Wagner 1 weeks

The articles do not provide sufficient information to ascertain if the vaccine was somehow connected to his death or not. They say „unrelated illness“, but fail to give specifics.

E
E 3 weeks

'unrelated illness'

92cooks
92cooks 3 weeks

No matter how this man died people will say it was the vaccine. Maybe the fact he's 81 has to do with it

Barry
Barry 3 weeks

To be or not to be. That is the question.

i<3America
i<3America 3 weeks

Get ur shots everyone . . Not!

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