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Residents and staff of Barcelona care home receive Covid-19 vaccine

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Josefa Perez, 89 years old, is the first in this Barcelona retirement home to receive the Covid-19 vaccine as EU countries launch their vaccination programmes. The second to receive the vaccine is the director of the retirement home Conchita Barbeta, 52. IMAGES

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