On Friday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced, through his social media, that he received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca.The inocculant, which was also developed by oxford University, was stopped using it preemptively and temporarily by fifteen European countries after causing thrombosis in some patients.
I’ve just received my first Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine dose. Thank you to all of the incredible scientists, NHS staff and volunteers who helped make this happen. Getting the jab is the best thing we can do to get back to the lives we miss so much. Let’s get the jab done. pic.twitter.com/mQCTMAkB8d — Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson)
March 19, 2021
However, following recommendations from the World Health Organization, the countries concerned resume vaccination with the drug developed by AstraZeneca and Johnson, which bet on the national vaccine, was no exception.” I just got my first dose of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. Thanks to all the amazing scientists, National Health Service staff and volunteers who helped make this happen,” the prime minister wrote on his social media. “Feeling the puncture is the best thing we can do to get back to the lives we miss so much.” Let’s finish this work,” was his final message, in which he took advantage of the sonic similtud between “jab”, which means “pinch in English, and “job”, of the iconic phrase “Let’s get the job done”, to make a pun.
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