Singapore’s Prime Minister receives second dose of new crown vaccine

Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong arrived at Singapore’s central hospital on the morning of the 29th local time for a second dose of the new crown vaccine to complete the course of vaccination, China reported, citing Singapore’s Lianhe Zaobao.

After the vaccination, Lee shared the video of the vaccination process with his personal social media and said that the second injection was as fast and painless as the first.

Lee Hsien Loong, 68, is the first member of Singapore’s cabinet to be vaccinated. (AFP Photo)

Earlier, Li Xianlong received his first dose of the vaccine at the central hospital on the 8th, 21 days apart, in line with the manufacturer’s recommendation. He also received 30 minutes of observation after the injection, during which no adverse reactions occurred.

“We will speed up the vaccination program and open more vaccination centers. When it’s your turn, you should vaccinate, not only to protect yourself, but also to protect your family, friends and all the people you will come into contact with,” Lee wrote

Editor in charge: Mu Yu

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