Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas took to social media to share that they have received their COVID-19 vaccine shots.
“Let’s (NOT) Get It,” Jonas captioned a photo of him and his wife flexing their muscles, showing their red Walgreens bandages.
Taylor Swift’s fans responded to the post with several “Mr. Perfectly Fine” jokes. Joining in on the fun, the official account for Walgreens also commented, “More like Mr. (& Mrs.) Perfectly Vaccinated.”
Apart from Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner, here are other celebs who have got their vaccine shots
Many other celebs besides Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner have received their vaccine shots. Songstress Mariah Carey, who got her shot a few days ago, documented the entire process on her Instagram. “Vaccine side effect: G6,” she joked as she hit a high note upon being injected. “Encouraging you guys to do it when you can. We’re all in this together,” she said towards the end of the video.
Hugh Jackman got the COVID-19 vaccine yesterday. “Wolverine’s healing ability can’t save me from Covid. But the vaccine can. Get it!” he captioned a photo of himself getting the dose.
Blake Lively and hubby Ryan Reynolds got themselves vaccinated at the beginning of April. They announced the news on their social media in their signature playful style.
Meanwhile, Oprah Winfrey received her dose back in March. She opened up about her experience in an essay for her magazine, Oprah Daily. The 67-year-old shared that she felt like crying after the first shot, out of the “overwhelming sense of relief”.
The talk show host had had pneumonia last year and was worried about her lungs. She revealed she had all the “classic symptoms” after the second vaccination shot. “[But] Afterwards, I felt like superwoman- like I’d been given a new lease on life.”
“For now, I’m just grateful beyond description to have the vaccine,” she added.