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Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark: He received his first corona vaccination

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark was vaccinated against the coronavirus at the beginning of the year, now it was the turn of the heir to the throne, Frederik.

Copenhagen – the fight against the corona pandemic is progressing step by step. More and more people are receiving a vaccination, and the vaccination rate is also increasing in Denmark. Almost 30 percent of the local population have already received their first vaccination, and Crown Prince Frederik (52) is now one of them.

On the Instagram profile of the Danish royal family, Crown Prince Frederik made his first Corrona vaccination public * and captured the moment with a photo, which he also shared. The heir to the throne announced that he had received the first dose: “Today I got my first stab. Many thanks to everyone who helps us on our way to normal everyday life. "

His mother Queen Margrethe II (81) was vaccinated on January 1st, as the royal family confirmed in an official statement. In her New Year's speech the day before, the regent expressed her joy about the COVID-19 vaccinations: "It is a joy and an encouragement that the vaccine is now a reality and the vaccinations have started." * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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