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Northern Ireland’s first minister Arlene Foster has received her first dose of Covid-19 vaccine.
The 50-year-old politician was given the shot at Castle Park leisure centre in Lisnaskea in her Co Fermanagh constituency on Saturday morning, according to PA.
Families in Israel are celebrating Passover following a successful vaccine rollout in the country that has seen more than half of its overall population receive both doses.
Giordana Grego, who immigrated to Israel from Italy, told AP:
For us in Israel, really celebrating the festivity of freedom definitely has a whole different meaning this year after what we experienced. It’s amazing that this year we’re able to celebrate together, also considering that in Italy, everybody is still under lockdown.