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Shakespeare Gets First COVID Vaccine

81-year-old William Shakespeare of Warwickshire, England was one of the first patients to get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine as part of the mass rollout in the UK this week. Shakespeare, no relation to the famous playwright, said that the moment was groundbreaking.

The news was followed by many puns, which can be read on The Washington Post. Here are a few more.

Richard III (in line for the vaccine)

All's Well That Ends With a Lifesaving Vaccine

Left or right arm? As You Like It.

Coronalanus