'Excited To Be First': Personal Support Worker In Canada Gets First Vaccine Shot

Others/World   |   16 Dec 2020 6:01 AM GMT
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The vaccination drive in Canada started today. Anita Quidangen made history as she was the first person to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. She is a personal support worker who worked in a long term care home during the outbreak of the first wave. A video of her getting the shot was also shared by the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudreau.

"Anita Quidangen, a personal support worker in Toronto, was one of the first people in Canada to be given Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine. This is a big step forward in our fight against the virus, but we're not out of the woods yet," Trudeau tweeted along with a video.

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