First patient receives Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid vaccine

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An 82-year-old retired maintenance manager has become the first person in the world outside clinical trials to receive the vaccine developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca.

Brian Pinker, a dialysis patient, received the jab at 7.30am on Monday from Sam Foster, a nurse at Churchill hospital, part of the Oxford University hospitals NHS foundation trust.

Oxford man, 82, first in world to get Oxford/AstraZeneca Covid vaccine

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