Spain Receives First Shipment of COVID Vaccines as EU Rollout Begins

The first doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine arrived in Spain on December 26, ahead of widespread vaccinations due to begin across the EU on December 27.

This footage, by the Spanish government, shows the shipment of vaccines arriving at a distribution center.

The government said doses would be delivered to regions across Spain on December 26 ahead of vaccinations on Sunday, December 27.

Residents of care centers for the elderly and people with disabilities as well as frontline healthcare workers were slated to be among the first to receive the vaccine, the government said on Twitter. Credit: La Moncloa via Storyful

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