The popular Bachelor In Paradise star is the latest celebrity to get the COVID-19 jab.
Jackson and a mate went to a medical centre in Sydney’s Bondi Junction over the weekend to get their AstraZeneca vaccinations.
“This isn’t a post telling you what to do. This is a post on my page… about my story, my body, my choice,” he wrote on Instagram.
“I’m confident in the information that has been presented to me about the effectiveness and benefits of this vaccine, which is why I rolled up my sleeve today.
“In my own opinion, vaccines are there for public health. There’s a reason we live in a society with an absence of the mumps, the measles and rubella diseases (+ many more) and it wasn’t due to marching in the streets. ✌?”
The 57-year-old acting royalty received his first Covid vaccination on Sunday, July 11.
“How I spent my Sunday. Lining up with 7000 good citizens to get shot 1 of vaccine. Book yours via NSW health,” he tweeted.
The Australian rock royalty shared a photo of himself getting his first jab.
The 65-year-old told fans on Twitter that he felt “so far so good” after the jab.
“Jane and I got our Covid-19 jabs last night, didn’t feel a thing and so far so good. Be safe,” he wrote.
As Sydney settled into lockdown in June, Sonia went to Olympic Park’s NSW Health Vaccination Centre to get her vaccination.
Sonia later shared a brochure which read: “I’ve had my COVID-19 vaccination”.
The Big Brother host didn’t reveal to fans whether she had opted for Pfizer or AstraZeneca.
“Fully vaxed!! ??#getvaxed,” the proud Home and Away actor beamed next to this snap to commemorate receiving his second jab.
Sylvia recently received her first dose of the vaccine, and she proudly showed off her bandaid via her Instagram story.
“I’m booked in for my 2nd shot soon, and I can’t wait. Very grateful for this protection,” the Channel 9 journalist shared.
Radio host Dave ‘Hughesy’ Hughes has finally joined the fully vaccinated club. The funnyman marked the milestone occasion with a picture in front of the medical clinic that gave him his jab.
Hughesy captioned the moment, “2nd AstraZeneca jab done. Fully vacced!”
The beloved comedian took to Instagram to discuss his choice get vaccinated and why it’s important to seek advice to make the right choice.
He wrote, “Got AZ ? Spoke to my doctor beforehand and it was his recommendation. I know this approach is not for everyone so seek your own advice and take whatever path you feel is right for you. Disappointed not to get a lollipop at the end ? (only negative).”
The Project host candidly shared that she felt nervous about getting her vaccine, but she got through it with her husband by her side and some ice cream.
“First AZ shot done and literally didn’t feel a thing… So glad to finally have the first one out of the way. Hubby and I went together, and he got his SECOND shot at the same time,” Lisa captioned the post.
“I have to admit, I was a tiny bit nervous, so I bought one of those tubs of Magnum ice-cream (that well known medical cure-all) this afternoon just in case I was feeling bad tonight. I feel great. I ate the ice-cream anyway…
“Meantime, here’s to life getting back to normal (and Magnum ice-cream!!).?
The Australian journalist received her vaccination and remained in good spirits throughout the whole process.
“Smile when you’re vaccinated! Got my first Astra COVID injection today! ??❤️#craphousewife #getvaccinated #covidvacccine,” the former Studio 10 cohost captioned the post.
Kyle received his Covid vaccine and his radio show documented the whole process.
The Kyle and Jackie O Instagram account captioned Kyle’s jab journey, “Kyle bit the bullet and got his first COVID-19 vaccination this arvo! ? Great work King!.”
Ally received her vaccination next to her Today co-host Karl Stefanovic at the at vaccination hub at Olympic Park in Sydney.
The 42-year-old journalist passed her time by making fun of her co-host.
“Do you have any tissues? My colleague, he might cry when he gets his,” Ally teased.
The Today show host got his vaccination on air at the mass vaccination hub at Olympic Park in Sydney beside Ally.
Of course, Karl, 46, couldn’t help but make a self-deprecating joke when a healthcare worker asked him what age group he fell into.
“Yes. The lower end of that, of course,” he laughed “Did it hurt your hands touching the guns?”
Natalie, 53, got her vaccine on air, and she was a soldier who didn’t even flinch once as she looked at the Sunrise GP, who guided her through the process.
“I got it!. Get it if you can and let’s kick this in the d–k!” the comedian wrote on Instagram on July 21.
The 39-year-old didn’t disclose which coronavirus vaccine she received, but shared a heartfelt message to essential healthcare workers.
“The excellent front line workers that are keeping us safe are the sexiest SUPERHEROES in all the universes!” Celeste wrote.
Sunrise host David Kochie, 65, received his vaccine alongside Natalie on live television.
However, he struggled not to wince as he kept his eyes away from the nurse.
The Project host doesn’t just report on the community, but she also does her best to keep it safe.
Carrie received her Covid vaccine at the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne during the state’s fourth lockdown.
The 40-year-old documented her time at the facility with photos from before and after she received the jab, and she captioned the post, “Vaccinated ?.”
The comedian joined Carrie with his wife, Bridget Helliar, to get his vaccination.
He posted a series of pictures on Instagram and paired them with a lengthy caption to encourage people to get their vaccine.
“First jab ✅. Thank you to all the staff who are running an incredibly smooth operation at the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne,” the 45-year-old wrote.
“If you are eligible get vaccinated to help protect our state & country against this hideous virus. Thanks @brijmurphy & @bickmorecarrie for being my vax partners!.”
The radio host and TV presenter got her vaccine with her right-hand man Brendan Fevola by her side.
Her co-host posted a video of Fifi sitting in the waiting room as he quizzed her about how she feels about her impending jab.
Although Fifi insisted she was fine, there was nervousness within her laugh.
Brendan joined Fifi Box, who he works with on the radio show Fifi, Fev and Nick on 101.9.
He seemed in good spirits considering he had time to poke some lighthearted fun at Fifi, who seemed a little more nervous.
The TV presenter enthusiastically captioned this shot of her getting vaccinated, “Fully vaxx’d – so I won’t get fully sick!! Just had my second #pfizer dose and again a super smooth experience at Sydney Olympic Park.
“@newsouthwaleshealth is to be congratulated along with NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard.”
David is fully vaccinated after receiving his second shot of Pfizer on what he dubbed “Pfizer Pfriday.”
A day after getting his shot he updated his fans on how he is feeling.
“Ok Pfizer friends. I am nearly 24 hours out after dose #2. Some fatigue last night. Took nurofen. Today has been absolutely fine. Not sure any side affects will happen now. Anyone had the same?” David Tweeted.
”Just got home from my first vaccination shot and feeling good ?,” the Home And Away actress shared.
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Zoë posted on her Facebook that she has received her first vaccination, and she’s looking forward to being fully protected.
“First jab! Can’t wait for the second. Let’s get this done,” said Zoë.
“Just got my AstraZeneca Covid vaccine from @drsamhay. Book an appt with you local gp today and get vaccinated,” the footballer-turned-tv presenter wrote on Instagram.
The Home and Away actor is fully vaccinated, and he commemorated the moment with some on-theme hashtags, “#jabdone ?#f–kcovid #lockdownsare?.”
Ditch’s co-star Georgie Parker commented her support in the comments section, “You champion, good on you mate.”
The tennis champion uploaded a photo of himself receiving the jab before taking a cheeky swipe at anti-vaxxers.
“Feel extremely lucky to receive my first dose of the covid vax today, as I fall in the 1b rollout due to my disability,” he wrote.
“Special mention to all the frontline workers who have been busting their backside the past 12 months (and all other times too tbh) to keep us safe. Also — for all the anti-vaxxers, I can actually now walk. Do recommend.”
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