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81-year-old, Shakespeare dies after approved vaccination

An 81-day-old man named William Shakespeare lived in United Kingdom became the first man in the country and one of the first in the world to receive an approved Covid-19 vaccine. He has passed away from an unrelated illness. He died on Thursday at the same hospital in Coventry where he took the vaccine. The nature of his illness was not immediately comprehended.

Upon his death, tributes poured in for Shakespeare on social media. He was remembered lovingly as a much-loved person in the Coventry Labor Party. Jayne Innes said that he was a keen photographer who loved jazz and socializing, and also loved the natural green world and gardens. He had a jolly nature and used to embrace nature and natural resources. He also loved to spend time with his family, especially his wife and grand-children.

The modern-day Shakespeare came in the headlines back on December 8, 2020 when he received the jab at University Hospital Coventry. This hospital was at a distance of mere 20 miles from the famous playwright’s birthplace of Stratford-Upon-Avon. This was a great coincidence.

Shakespeare stated that the staff at this hospital was wonderful. He received the Pfizer vaccine at this hospital where he appreciated the staff’s behavior. Shakespeare left behind his wife named Joy, and two sons, named Julian and William. He was also a grandfather.The cause of his death is not Covid as he was vaccinated with an approved and strong vaccine; but it is possible to be the after effects of the vaccine.

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