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You Can Get A Free COVID-19 Vaccine At Dracula’s Castle If You Dare

Dracula is doing his part by allowing all who visits his home to receive the free COVID-19 vaccine.

Courtesy of Castelul Bran

Bran Castle in Transylvania, a castle in Romania claimed to be the home of Dracula, announced its Pfizer BionTech vaccine marathon via social media.

The castle resembles the famous character of Count Dracula in Irish author Bram Stoker’s novel “Dracula,” which was published in 1897.

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His home has a become a poplar tourist attraction, and for those who wish to visit during any weekend this May will be able to get the jab without any appointment.

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Not only do the individuals who are curious to see the home of which Dracula lies, people who get the sting will also get a vaccination certificate from Bran Castle along with free access to the Exhibition of Medieval Instruments of Torture.

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“All beneficiaries will receive a ‘vaccination diploma at Bran Castle’ and, if they choose to visit the Castle, will have free access to the Exhibition of Medieval Instruments of Torture,” reads the post.

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