William Shakespeare, the homonym of the famous writer, died in a Coventry hospital from a disease unrelated to Covid-19. He was the first man in the world who received a Covid vaccine.
William Shakespeare, 81, died on May 25 after a long battle against an illness.
On December 8, his picture receiving the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at the University Hospital of Coventry was shared around the world. Yet, less than 6 months later, he passed away, at the same hospital as where he received the vaccine.
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- Flexible learning will be the norm – CHEd, The Manilla Times, May 2021, Free access