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Yo-Yo Ma Gives Impromptu Performance After Receiving 2nd COVID-19 Vaccine

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People at a vaccination clinic in Pittsfield, Massachusetts received the gift of music courtesy of Yo-Yo Ma. The acclaimed cellist had just received his second shot of the COVID-19 vaccine at the clinic, set up within Berkshire Community College, and he brought his cello with him.

Anyone who receives the shot is asked to stick around for 15 minutes for a mandatory observation period; rather than read a magazine or check his email, he instead pulled out his instrument and delivered an impromptu performance.

RELATED: Yo-Yo Ma Plays Concert At U.S-Mexico Border, Urges People To ‘Build Bridges, Not Walls’ The world-renowned musician “wanted to give something back,” Richard Hall of the Berkshire Covid-19 Collaborative told The Berkshire Eagle.

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