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First corona vaccination started - 101-year-olds in Germany vaccinated first

101-year-old gets vaccine: Vaccinations against corona in Germany have started

Halberstadt In Germany, the first people were vaccinated against the corona virus - one day before the official vaccination start on Sunday. In Halberstadt in Saxony-Anhalt, the residents of a home were vaccinated on Saturday.

The 101-year-old Edith Kwoizalla received the first vaccination in the Krüger senior center. According to observers, she took the prick calmly and with a smile behind the mouth and nose mask.

The district had previously asked whether the facility was prepared, said operator and nurse Tobias Krüger. "Every day we wait is one day too many," he said. The start of vaccinations was planned for Sunday across Germany.

According to Krüger, 40 of the 59 residents and 10 of around 40 employees wanted to be vaccinated in the Halberstadt facility. He himself also accepted the offer that he thought the vaccination would make sense. “But I also understand the concerns,” said Krüger. On January 15, the second vaccination, which is necessary for immunization, is due in his facility.