He told Sky News: “It has been such a tough year for so many people and finally we have our way through it – our light at the end of the tunnel, as so many people, are saying.
“And just watching Margaret there – it seems so simple having a jab in your arm, but that will protect Margaret and it will protect the people around her.
“And if we manage to do that in what is going to be one of the biggest programmes in NHS history, if we manage to do that for everybody who is vulnerable to this disease then we can move on.”
The second person in the world to receive the vaccine has brought even more smiles to many around the country.
The second recipient of the vaccine and the first man in the world to receive the vaccine is a man named William Shakespeare from Warwickshire.