Merkel re-vaccinated against COVID-19

<1><2><3><4> <5> <6> <7> <8> <9> <10> <11> German Chancellor Angela Merkel was re-vaccinated against coronavirus. This is reported by RND with reference to the representative of the Chancellor. <12> <13> It is noted that 66-year-old Merkel was vaccinated "the other day" with a drug produced by Moderna. And in April of this year, she was vaccinated with the Astrazeneca vaccine. How the German Chancellor underwent the second vaccination against coronavirus has not been reported. <14> <15> Meanwhile, Angela Merkel expressed concern about the situation with the coronavirus in the European Union against the backdrop of the Euro 2020 matches. According to the Chancellor, the danger of overcrowding in stadiums is clear and UEFA management should heed the recommendations and make appropriate decisions. <16><17> Merkel drew attention to the fact that, in particular, in the UK, the Delta coronavirus strain (Indian strain) is widespread. “I don’t think it would be good if the stadiums were full,” she said of the matches taking place in Foggy Albion. She noted that everyone who returns to Germany from Britain will have to be quarantined for 14 days, with very few exceptions. <18> <19>