UN Chief receives vaccine in New York

By ZBC Reporter

United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres received his first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, according to a report published on the UN official website.

The UN chief said on Twitter that he was fortunate and grateful to get the shot, and urged the international community to ensure that vaccines become available to everyone on an equitable basis.

The 71-year-old UN secretary-general was eligible to receive the vaccine on the basis of his age: New York residents over the age of 65 are included in the current phase of vaccinations in the city, which also includes school workers, first responders, public transit workers and grocery workers, said the report.


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