The pilot, Sami Kramer, on his Instagram account, on a two-seater flight, called people to follow his plane on the Flyrotter 24 website.
The plane took off from Friedrichshafen, near Lake Constance, in southern Germany on December 23 and lasted one hour and 44 minutes, according to the Air Traffic Surveillance Base.
The European Union (EU) officially launched its Covit-19 vaccine campaign on Sunday, just days after it approved the Pfizer / Bioentech corona virus vaccine on December 21.
“The … vaccine has been given to all EU countries,” European Commission President Ursula van der Leyen said on Twitter on Saturday.
The Commission has declared December 27, 28 and 29 as “EU Vaccination Days”, which Van der Leyen called a “moment of solidarity”. He added: “The vaccine is a long-term way to prevent infection.”
The first people to receive the dose of the vaccine were often the elderly or leading medical staff.
Aurlian Rousseau, director general of the Ile-de-France region health organization, tweeted that a 78-year-old woman named Morissette had been vaccinated for the first time in France. Morissette, a former housemaid, was vaccinated at a public hospital in the Paris area.
Maria Rosaria Cabobianci, a professor at the National Institute of Infectious Diseases, was one of the first to be presented. Kapobianchi was part of the group that first isolated the virus in Italy.
The first group that Jab was given were a doctor and a nurse.
Dr. Alessandra de Abramo worked for the company when the first two corona virus patients in Italy – a Chinese couple – were hospitalized there on January 30.
“This is a great day, because after a long career at Ward, now is the day of hope, and I’m so proud of it,” he told CNN. “The vaccine is approved by the FDA, EMA and AIFA – Italians [regulator] – So I think it’s safe and effective, “he added.
The 96-year-old nursing home resident was first vaccinated in Spain. Araceli Rosario Hidalgo, born in 1924, received his medication on Sunday at a nursing home in Guadalajara, near Madrid.
The second person in the vaccinated country was an employee member of the same household, Nursing Assistant Menica Tobias.
The Czech Republic took a different approach – the first dose of its vaccine was given to the country’s Prime Minister Andrzej Babik, the second dose was given to the war veteran Emilia Sepkova.
When the European Union officially launched its vaccination program on Sunday, some countries began vaccinating people a day earlier – both in Germany and Slovakia on Saturday.
The European Pharmaceuticals Association (EMA) is continuing to study Astrogeneca and other promising vaccine candidates, including those from Oxford University and Johnson & Johnson.
CNN’s Barbie Nadeo, Nicola Rudolo, Attica Schubert, Ya Chun Wang and Niam Kennedy contributed to the report.