Germany, Hungary give 1st vaccine shots ahead of EU rollout

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Twenty-seven member european union had originally planned for national authorities to administer the first covid vaccine shots in a coordinated effort tomorrow but now germany has joined hungry in jumping the day of the e. u.'s planned release of the pfizer. Biontech shot starting today. Hungarian doctors and other workers in the health sector have begun getting vaccinated with the first shipment of doses and the operator of a nursing home in germany where the first shots were given to dozens of people said that quote every day. We wait is one day too. Many over three hundred thirty six hundred deaths have been linked to covid nineteen in europe.

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