The Science and Industry Museum, located in London, the capital of England, put the bottle and syringe of the coronavirus vaccine, which was first applied to Margaret Keenan in the world, among the museum’s works. Visitors will be able to see the bottle and syringe of the vaccine in the museum in the first months of 2021.
England Science and Industry Museum in London, for the first time in the world Margaret keen an applied to coronavirus. He put the bottle and syringe of his vaccine among the works of the museum. Visitors will be able to see the bottle and syringe of the vaccine in the museum in the first months of 2021.
Pfizer BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine was applied for the first time in the world at Coventry University Hospital at 6.45 am on Tuesday, December 8, 2020, in England, the country that first applied the coronavirus vaccine. The bottle and syringe of the vaccine administered to Margaret Keenan (90), who was the first to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, were placed in the Science and Industry Museum in London.
THE HISTORICAL SITUATION OF THE BOTTLE AND SYRINGE MADE IMMORTAL
In the statement made by the museum, “By protecting this small but important object, we are immortalizing the historical situation of the first Covid-19 vaccination to be shared with future generations. In early 2021, the bottle will be exhibited in the large gallery dedicated to the history of medicine “expressions were used.
THESE OBJECTS STORED RARELY
The Museum of Science and Industry said in a statement that objects related to the epidemic were difficult to obtain in the past, saying, “These items rarely survive because they were destroyed due to their temporary nature (due to contact with pathogens or bodily fluids) or perhaps because people who experienced these traumatic events were willing to forget. ” said.