The Duchess of Cambridge received her first COVID-19 vaccine dose on May 28, 2021.
"Getting the vaccine came down to one thought process for me," the singer wrote while wearing Privé Revaux sunglasses. "I simply would rather risk potential side effects of a vaccine than risk lives by catching or spreading covid."
The legendary singer hit a high note while getting her shot. "Vaccine side effect: G6," she shared on Instagram.
The Coyote Ugly actress shows off her excitement after receiving her "first shot of COVID #vaccine this week!" She captioned her Instagram post, "I'm keeping masked, distanced and hands washed often til we are all safe...Feeling so grateful to all the health care workers getting us back to being able to be together again. P.S. It didn't hurt a bit!"
The actor shared a photo of himself after receiving the vaccine, writing on Twitter, "Thank you, science."
The actor posted a photo from his vaccine appointment with the caption, "Finally got 5G."
The comedian wore her "fanciest dress" to get her vaccine. "If you want to join me and support @pencilsforkidsinc take a pick of yourself getting the vaccine in your best suite or nicest dress. Use #downtogown," she wrote on Instagram, later noting that Guy Oseary will donate $5 for each post to pencils4kids.org.
"Was thrilled to get my first vaccine shot at Essex County College and Essex County's COVID Vaccination Center today," the 41-year-old star of The Mandalorian shared in a lengthy Instagram message on Saturday, March 26. She included video showing off the bandage on her arm.
"You know, the science tells us that these vaccines are safe and effective at preventing COVID infection and serious illness," Rosario continued. "They are the best weapon we have -- along with mask-wearing, social distancing, hand-washing, and other measures recommended by the CDC and public health officials -- to combat the deadly pandemic that has been ravaging our country and our communities for the past year. And if enough people get the vaccine, they have the potential to help end this once and for all."
She went on to praise "all the volunteers and medical professionals" who are "taking the time to talk about the vaccine and how it can help you."
"I just got my second dose of the vaccine that's going to get us all back to seeing friends and dining out and going to see plays in theatres and sing together at concerts and laugh at the movies," the actress wrote on Instagram while wearing Cariuma sneakers. "Thank you Lisa and all your lovely associates helping with this monumental goal!"
"Dolly gets a dose of her own medicine," the award-winning singer shared on Instagram. She received her first dose of Moderna, which is the vaccine she helped fund last year.
"Delighted my wife Joan and I received our first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine here in the BVI," the mogul wrote on Instagram. "Completely painless and absolutely safe."
"In NY, where I'm working the vaccine program expanded to include people w pre-existing conditions, being HIV+ is one of the conditions that allows folks to be vaccinated, so if you're HIV+ please check your states guidelines to see if you're eligible and get vaccinated against covid-19! There was a list of other conditions that allows for vaccination so wherever you are check the lists and see if you can get in line. Some places like Cali will give leftover doses but just see what's happening in your area," the Queer Eye star wrote in a Feb. 22 Instagram post. "Had I not been looking online everyday I wouldn't have seen, so def get involved with your search. This was my first shot and other than minor soreness in my arm had no side effects and will get my second shot in a few weeks."
"Each state has different guidelines so you'll want to look into yours," he continued. "Definitely need patience, resolve, access to internet to do this so plz if you can help others obtain information or access plz so that. Biggest Hug & Happy Monday! Also, I know my stronger mask should go under, but I didn't want to take my mask off to put on the stronger under, so I just layered them as was! Stay safe xx."
"Immense gratitude to all of the frontline healthcare workers, continuing to work tirelessly to keep us all safe," the actor shared to Instagram on Feb. 1. He included a photo of himself getting the COVID-19 vaccine while wearing a mask and robe.
"As a citizen well into my platinum years, I got my first dose of the vaccine through the LA County Department of Health," he added. "I'll continue to wear masks and practice social distancing. This too shall pass. Grand things are ahead."
The actor, activist and CORE co-founder posted a pic of himself receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in L.A. and told his Twitter followers, "I’m a lucky man. Lucky to work alongside the @LAFD & our great frontline @CoreResponse staff, our partners at Carbon Health, USC, & Curative Lab."
"At The Forum getting that 1st jab!! #lookoutworldbouttobustbackout#vaccinespring#gogitchyoursigotmine," the star posted to Instagram about the Los Angeles-area landmark on Jan. 24. He was appropriately wearing an Avengers mask while getting vaccinated.
"Today was a good day. I have never been happier to wait in a line," The Terminator star and former California governor shared on Instagram after getting vaccinated in Los Angeles. "If you're eligible, join me and sign up to get your vaccine. Come with me if you want to live!"
The Modern Family actress told her Instagram followers on Jan. 20 that she participated in a COVID-19 vaccine trial, writing, "Wearing blue for Biden/Harris at my 2nd (hopefully?) vaccine injection. It's a trial so a: I did not 'jump the line' and b: I may just get saline.... It's still an honor to be part of the process."
On Jan. 19, the 66-year-old Today star received the first dose of Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine live on air.
Willie and his wife, Annie, were among the first to get the vaccine in Texas. Family Hospital Systems in Texas shared a photo of the country singer giving a thumbs-up after receiving the shot with the caption, "Thank you Willie Nelson for helping Family Hospital Systems slow the spread of COVID-19."
The country singer and her daughter Peggy made the vaccination appointment a family affair. The country crooner wrote on Instagram, "Well, I bundled up and Peggy Jean and I rolled out of Hurricane Mills so I could get this vaccine. I'm sure glad to get it and am sure ready to put Covid in the rear view mirror! And I enjoyed the mom daughter time, too! #winning #sickofcovid #stayhealthy #besafe #getyours"
In an interview with the BBC, the actress shared, "I had one a week ago so I think my next is something like 11 weeks' time, that's a great start!"
On Sunday, Jan. 17, the legendary star revealed he received the vaccine. "Good news/Bad news. Good news: I just got vaccinated! Bad news: I got it because I'm 75. Ha," he captioned his Twitter message. "The operation in NYC was smooth as silk (sorry about the cliché @BCDreyer!) and hosted to perfection by the US Army and National Guard. Thank you all, and thank you science."
On Monday, Jan. 11, the star was vaccinated at her eponymous holistic care center located at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Stewart, 79, shared on Instagram in part, "We are all hoping for an end to this pandemic. To allay your concerns that I jumped the line know that I am in the approved age group for this batch of vaccines and I waited in line with others."
On Tuesday, Dec. 29, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris received the first dose of Moderna's coronavirus vaccine.