German Chancellor Angela Merkel received a Moderna coronavirus vaccine as her second jab, after getting AstraZeneca as the first, a spokesman said Tuesday.
The 66-year-old took her first dose of AstraZeneca’s vaccine in April, more than two weeks after German authorities then recommended use of the jab only for people aged 60 and over.
In 2019, she sparked concerns for her health with a series of shaking spells in public but has appeared to be in good condition since then.
After a stuttering start, Germany’s vaccination roll-out has sharply accelerated in recent weeks.
As at Tuesday, one in two, or 51.2 percent of the population have received their first dose. (AFP)
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