Hugh Bonneville has obtained his COVID-19 vaccine.
The ‘Downton Abbey’ star obtained the primary dose of the coronavirus vaccine as he revealed that he started volunteering as a sheriff to assist those that distribute the vaccine.
On Twitter, he shared a photograph of him getting hit, captioning it: “Riverbank Midhurst Medical Middle began vaccinating final week. Right now Midhurst Pharmacy, run by Raj Rohilla, joined the launch in North West Sussex. #Vaccine #jabtastic … Delighted to be a part of the assist staff as a volunteer quarterback. I can use excessive visibility and all the things. (Sic) “
A number of different well-known faces have already obtained their shot, together with Sir Anthony Hopkins, who admitted that he sees the “mild on the finish of the tunnel.”
He mentioned: “THANK YOU … CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Middle, and my expensive buddy, Dr. Maria … Luz on the finish of the tunnel (after a yr of self-imposed quarantine (sic)”
And Arnold Schwarzenegger additionally obtained his COVID-19 vaccine.
He captioned a video of him receiving the vaccine at a drive-thru service at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, and mentioned: “Right now was a superb day. I’ve by no means been happier ready in line. Be a part of me and join. to get your vaccine. Include me if you wish to stay! Thanks for checking me in at @Dodgers Stadium, @MayorOfLA! What a loopy shock. (sic) “
Dame Judi Dench obtained the primary dose of her COVID-19 vaccine.
The 86-year-old ‘Skyfall’ actress just lately obtained the primary of her two doses of the coronavirus vaccine and is wanting ahead to the subsequent one in just a few months.
Talking of getting the vaccine, he mentioned, “I’ve [had the coronavirus vaccine]. I had one every week in the past so I believe the subsequent one is one thing like 11 weeks, it is an excellent begin! “