U.N. Secretary General Guterres received his first dose of new coronavirus vaccine in New York on the 28th local time. He said on the social networking site that he was happy and lucky to be vaccinated and believed that we must strive to make all places and all people get the vaccine, because in the face of the epidemic, no one can ensure their safety before everyone is safe All.
Guterres, 71, is eligible to vaccinate residents over the age of 65. The New York government also vaccinates school, public transport, grocery store staff and other front-line personnel. Pfizer and Modena vaccines have been approved in the United States.