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Spanish care home residents receive Covid-19 boosters


Segovia (Spain), Sep 23 (EFE) .- (Camera: Pablo Martín) Ana Fernández, user of the Mixed Residence of Segovia who will be 97 years old next October, has dressed this Thursday in her best clothes to receive the third dose of the vaccine against the coronavirus, a reason to celebrate and not a reason to have any fear.FOOTAGE OF THE VACCINATION PROCESS IN THE NURSING HOME, SEGOVIA, SPAIN

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