Margaret Keenan, 91, returned to University Hospital Coventry, in the West Midlands, where she previously received the historic injection in December 2020.
“I feel fine,” he said after receiving booster vaccine to journalists and urged qualified members of the public to do so Metro.co.uk, Saturday (25/9/2021).
It comes as the NHS revealed more than 350,000 people had ordered boosters this week, during the latest stage of the fight against COVID-19 ongoing.
More than 1.5 million eligible people have so far been invited to get their booster vaccine.
Margaret, a mother of two and grandmother of four, is reunited with nurse May Parson. May was the medic who gave Margaret the vaccine on December 8 last year.
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As the first person in the world to get a COVID-19 shot at the start of a mass vaccination programme, Margaret’s face – known as Maggie – beamed across the globe.
In April 2021, he urged people to get a second vaccine and he is now lending his voice to an NHS campaign supporting the launch of the booster.