May 11, 2021

Queen Sofia receives the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine

Queen Sofía arriving at the El Pardo health center.

Queen Sofía arriving at the El Pardo health center.

On March 16, we heard the news that the Queen Sofia had received the first dose of the vaccine against Covid-19 in a health center in the Community of Madrid close to the Palacio de la Zarzuela. Information provided by the House of SM El Rey, but of which there was no graphic evidence, since the monarch went to the El Pardo-Fuencarral outpatient clinic managing to go completely unnoticed.

This Friday, 23 days after receiving the first dose, Doña Sofía has received the second, so she is already fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Around 2:00 p.m., the Queen Emerita arrived at the El Pardo clinic – very close to her residence in the Palacio de la Zarzuela – to receive the injection that fully immunizes her against the virus.

After the controversial vaccination of Infants Elena and Cristina in the United Arab Emirates taking advantage of a visit to King Juan Carlos, her mother, Doña Sofía, has waited her turn like the rest of the citizens of our country and, at 82 years old, today she received the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine in a public center, as corresponds to her age group under of the protocols established by the health authorities.

The Queen arrived at the clinic shortly after meeting the death of Philip of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II.


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