New Delhi: Malaika Arora, on Friday, became the latest Indian celebrity to get the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. The actress took to her official Instagram handle and posted a picture of herself getting the vaccine shot.
Sharing the news with her fans, she wrote, “I took the first dose of the COVID vaccine. Because #wereinthistogether! Let’s go warriors, let’s win this #WarAgainstVirus. Don’t forget to take yours soon!” She also thanked and lauded the front line workers fighting the virus. “Dont forget to take yours soon !( n a special mention to our amazing frontline workers , who were so caring n vigilant n went about doin everything with a smile. THANK YOU”. In the picture, a health worker is seen giving Malaika the first shot of the vaccine. Dressed in a white spaghetti top and blue track pant she opted for a casual and comfortable look. Malaika also had her mask on while taking the shot.
Recently Megastar Amitabh Bachchan had also received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccination. Sharing a health update on Twitter he wrote, “Got it done ! My CoviD vaccination this afternoon ..All well ..”
The Government has started the phase-3 vaccination for citizens above the age of 45 from April 1, 2021. A lot of commoners as well as Bollywood celebs are taking the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt too received his first shot of the Covid-19 vaccine.
Sanjay took to Twitter where he posted a picture of himself getting the jab at the city’s BKC vaccine center. He can be seen smiling at the camera in the picture while receiving the vaccine. “Received my first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine today at the BKC vaccine center. I want to congratulate Dr Dhere and his entire team for doing such a wonderful job! I have so much love and respect for them and their hard work. Jai Hind!” Sanjay tweeted.
Recently actors like Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Paresh Rawal, Anupam Kher, Hema Malini, Dharmendra, Sharmila Tagore, Neena Gupta, Gajraj Rao, Satish Shah, Johny Lever and Rakesh Roshan had also received Covid-19 vaccine.