Recent headlines have been filled with news about the COVID-19 vaccines and it’s not hard to see why.
After a year of mask wearing, various lockdowns and millions of cases across the globe there was finally a light at the end of the tunnel when the breakthrough of a vaccine was reported late last year.
Due to an increase of false reports after the vaccines were announced there was a huge push to ensure that only correct information was shared and published across social media.
Now celebrities have been making the effort to show the public that they have had the vaccine and have shared their experiences when receiving the jab.
When Emily Andre received her vaccine she explained: “We just want to protect other people, protect our patients, protect our colleagues so that everyone can carry on the good work they’re doing” reminding us why we should be accepting the vaccine invitation when the time comes.
Here we take a look at just some of the celebrities that have already accepted and received their vaccinations.
Emily Andre and husband Peter Andre documented her experience of receiving the vaccination on Youtube.
Dr Alex George described feeling ‘quite emotional’ on Instagram when receiving his vaccine.
Ruth Langsford thanked both staff and volunteers at the Walton-on-Thames vaccination centre after having the vaccine.
Joan Collins documented her experience of the vaccine through an Instagram post at the beginning of January.
Jeff Goldblum says that he will "continue to wear masks and practice social distancing" after his recent vaccination.
Prue Leith asked followers "Who wouldn’t want immunity from #Covid19 with a painless jab??" when receiving her vaccine in December.
Billy Connolly’s wife Pamela Stephenson took to Twitter to show fans that Billy has had his second COVID-19 vaccine.
Sir Ian McKellen teamed up with NHS England on Twitter to show he has joined thousands of people in the UK who have received the vaccine.
Vice President Kamala Harris showed on Instagram that she had received the COVID-19 vaccine at the end of last year.
Tony Robinson wrote "A moment I’ll never forget" about his vaccination on Twitter.
Arnold Schwarzenegger filmed his vaccination for social media telling fans "Come with me if you want to live!"
Jane Fonda sported fabulous sunglasses as she had her vaccine from her car.
Ulrika Jonsson had to take to Instagram to explain that she received her vaccine due to being her daughter’s carer after trolls claimed that she got the vaccine early.
Hugh Bonneville has not only received his vaccine but has also been volunteering as marshall in Midhurst for the rollout.
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