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COVID-19 vaccine: More celebrities who have received their shot so far

Let these celebs encourage you to get your COVID-19 vaccine jab! 💉

Patricia Matalog
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Patricia Matalog

7/27/2021 in News
COVID-19 vaccine: More celebrities who have received their shot so far

Over the past months, more and more celebrities have been sharing their snaps and selfies after receiving their COVID-19 vaccine. Some captured their process of getting their jab, while some shared the side effects they felt after getting vaccinated. Either way, these celebs all share the same purpose: to encourage everyone to take part in the effort to prevent the spread of the virus.

Take a look at some of the latest batch of stars who already got their vaccine shot:

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Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla

Kathryn and Daniel got their respective doses at the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority’s (MMDA) vaccination site in Makati, as part of their efforts to inoculate workers in the media industry.

In Kathryn's recent post, she shared some photos and videos from when they got their second dose as she encouraged everyone to get vaccinated too.

Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff

Last June, Anne got her first dose of vaccine in Makati where she also gave a message to her fellow “Makatizens” about the importance of getting vaccinated.

"I would just like to encourage you na magpa-rehistro na po para magpabakuna. This is for yourself, your family, and all your loved ones during this time to make sure you stay safe and you stay healthy,” she said.

Meanwhile, her husband Erwan already got his two doses of Sinovac vaccine as he revealed in an Instagram post.

Erwan also took the time to debunk the misconception on vaccine brands and encouraged people to get vaccinated regardless of the brand.

Sarah Geronimo and Matteo Guidicelli

Matteo happily shared that he and his wife got their first dose last June. The actor also reminded everyone to get vaccinated "not just for ourselves but for our families, friends, and kababayans."

Kim Chiu

Kim already completed her Sinovac dose last June, which she said she had long prayed for to come. In an Instagram post, the actress shared the only side effect she felt which was feeling hungry for five days.

"5-6 meals instead of 2 meals a day, then that's it. ☺️" she wrote.

Gerald Anderson and Julia Barretto

The couple got their first dose of the vaccine together last June. Some videos from when they got their shot surfaced online, one of which was of Julia holding her boyfriend's hand very tight who admittedly felt scared the moment she sat on the chair.

Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo

Judy Ann and Ryan were also among the ones who took part at MMDA's efforts to have the film industry workers vaccinated. They were officially fully vaccinated early this July.

Dingdong Dantes and Marian Rivera

Dingdong and Marian were fully "sinovaxed" early this July who got their doses together in Taguig. In an Instagram post, Dingdong emphasized the importance of getting vaccinated especially for his line of work, who had to do shootings for television.

"Kabado man, through research and consultation with experts, mas nagkaroon ako ng lakas ng loob para magpabakuna. This is my way of ensuring not only my health and safety, but also of my loved ones and my community," he wrote.

Alden Richards

Alden proudly showed his vaccinated arm when he got his first dose this month. The "Hello, Love, Goodbye" actor also asked everyone to take part in the vaccination program and take the vaccine made available when given the chance and help the country to reach herd immunity.

Maine Mendoza

"Do your part and get vaccinated, friends!" was Maine's reminder to everyone following her first shot of COVID-19 vaccine last June.

Maris Racal and Rico Blanco

The couple marked this year's Independence Day by getting vaccinated together. After their first dose, Maris encouraged everyone by writing, "Magpabakuna ka na, bestie!"

Jane Oineza and RK Bagatsing

Jane and RK went to get their first shot together last June, and made sure to encourage their fans to get vaccinated "when you do get the chance."

Lea Salonga

The Broadway Star is now fully vaccinated with Pfizer after completing her shots in Muntinlupa this July. She is part of the A3 priority group or persons with comorbidities.

Aga Muhlach, Charlene Gonzalez, and children

The Muhlach family all got their doses together in Muntinlupa last May, as posted by their local government unit. According to the post, they all followed the step-by-step process required to be registered for the vaccination program.

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