Pablo Casado received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine on Monday. He has done it at the Nurse Isabel Zendal hospital in Madrid, created by the Madrid president Isabel Díaz Ayuso amidst a strong controversy. Precisely this center has started immunizing 24 hours a day against the coronavirus to rapidly advance vaccination, although it has not been the case of the leader of the Popular Party, who has done so already in the morning.
This has been confirmed by himself through his official Twitter account, where he has also taken the opportunity to send a thank you message to healthcare professionals. “Thanks to all health professionals who have risked your life in this pandemic to save that of others,” he wrote in a short message where he did not specify which vaccine they have given him.
I just got vaccinated against Covid at the Zendal Nursing Hospital in Madrid.
Thanks to all the health professionals who have risked your life in this pandemic to save that of others. pic.twitter.com/0rfJmRD6D3
– Pablo Casado Blanco (@pablocasado_) July 5, 2021
Married, 40 years old, he joins the political leaders who have received their corresponding dose of the vaccine. The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez -49 years old-, received the first dose of the vaccine on June 18 at the Puerta de Hierro University Hospital, located in Majadahonda (Madrid). The leader of Citizens, Inés Arrimadas (40), did the same just two days later at the Fira Internacional de Barcelona.
Santiago Abascal is the only one of the main political leaders that he has not been vaccinated against Covid – or at least he has not made it public – despite the fact that due to his age group (49 years), he could have already done so. Yes, other members of Vox have chosen to be vaccinated, such as their parliamentary spokesperson, Macarena Olona, who also shared the moment on her social networks, although among criticisms from Vox voters, many of them against vaccines.