In pictures: World leaders who have been vaccinated
2:00 PM EDT, Mon March 22, 2021
Joe Biden, who at the time was president-elect of the United States, receives his second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine on January 11.
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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted a photo of him getting vaccinated on February 28. "Remarkable how our doctors and scientists have worked in quick time to strengthen the global fight against COVID-19," he said in the tweet. "I appeal to all those who are eligible to take the vaccine. Together, let us make India COVID-19 free!"
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Israeli Prime Minister Minister Benjamin Netanyahu receives his second vaccine dose on January 9.
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US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris receives her first vaccine dose on December 29.
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Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud is vaccinated on January 8.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson receives his first vaccine dose on March 19.
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan receives his first dose on January 14.
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Mike Pence, who at the time was vice president of the United States, receives a vaccine on December 18.
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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is inoculated on February 17.
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Indonesian President Joko Widodo receives his first vaccine dose on January 13.
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Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou receives a vaccine on December 27.
Wavel Ramkalawan, the President of Seychells, gets his first dose on January 10.
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António Guterres, secretary-general of the United Nations, tweeted his vaccination on February 26. "I'm grateful to the City of New York to have received my second dose of the #COVID19 vaccine at the Morris High School in the Bronx today," he said in the tweet. "Ensuring equitable access to vaccines and treatments for everyone, everywhere, is the only way we will overcome this crisis."