It's significant move from the Queen who, at age 94, had the vaccine herself in January.
I don't know if she was urged to say this or she decided to say it herself but It's a big departure for the Queen of England and very 'unQueenlike', judging by the raised eyebrows from among even her fans. Maybe she's just fed up being stuck inside her rather big house and wants everyone to get the vaccine so she can travel a bit and go to Ascot:)
Meanwhile, across the water, an Oxford survey has found Ireland has the strictest lockdown in the Western World and third strictest in the world:
A new study has claimed that Ireland has been put under the strictest COVID-19 lockdown regime in the Western world.
It's pretty grim, but not unexpected from the Irish elite. They're among the most determined to put the foot on the throat of the population until they gag for a vaccine and complete subjugation. Still, though, they are signs that people are at the end of their tether and are contemplating doing their own thing in defiance of Level 5 lockdown measures. The (yet another!) public address by the Prime Minister on Tuesday evening of an extension until at least April 5th was not met with any 'we're all in this together' comraderie, just stunned shock and even anger for some. Don't wish to anticipate anything but, with a growing sense of prisoner misery, perceived and real injustice and economic and financial desperation (not quite acute yet considering the generous 300+ euros per week state subsidy for those who lost their jobs), anything is possible, and may not be to the elite's liking.