Cellist Yo-Yo Ma gave a small concert at the vaccination center

The musician came to get a second dose of vaccination from COVID-19.

Massachusetts residents who came to be vaccinated against coronavirus suddenly became spectators of a small concert when the famous cellist Yo-Yo-Ma, after receiving a second vaccination, took out his instrument.

A masked musician took a seat against the wall of the hall at Berkshire Community College, where people stay for a while after being vaccinated for observation.

His concert lasted about 15 minutes and ended with the applause of other visitors.

The well-known musician, who spends part of his time in the area, said he “wanted to give something back,” Richard Hall of the Berkshireaccine Collaborative told the Berkshire Eagle newspaper.

William Pignatelli, a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, praised Ma for bringing people “hope and optimism with his beautiful music.”

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