"Delighted my wife Joan and I received our first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine here in the BVI," the mogul wrote on Instagram. "Completely painless and absolutely safe."
"In NY, where I'm working the vaccine program expanded to include people w pre-existing conditions, being HIV+ is one of the conditions that allows folks to be vaccinated, so if you're HIV+ please check your states guidelines to see if you're eligible and get vaccinated against covid-19! There was a list of other conditions that allows for vaccination so wherever you are check the lists and see if you can get in line. Some places like Cali will give leftover doses but just see what's happening in your area," the Queer Eye star wrote in a Feb. 22 Instagram post. "Had I not been looking online everyday I wouldn't have seen, so def get involved with your search. This was my first shot and other than minor soreness in my arm had no side effects and will get my second shot in a few weeks."
"Each state has different guidelines so you'll want to look into yours," he continued. "Definitely need patience, resolve, access to internet to do this so plz if you can help others obtain information or access plz so that. Biggest Hug & Happy Monday! Also, I know my stronger mask should go under, but I didn't want to take my mask off to put on the stronger under, so I just layered them as was! Stay safe xx."
"Immense gratitude to all of the frontline healthcare workers, continuing to work tirelessly to keep us all safe," the actor shared to Instagram on Feb. 1. He included a photo of himself getting the COVID-19 vaccine while wearing a mask and robe.
"As a citizen well into my platinum years, I got my first dose of the vaccine through the LA County Department of Health," he added. "I'll continue to wear masks and practice social distancing. This too shall pass. Grand things are ahead."
The actor, activist and CORE co-founder posted a pic of himself receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in L.A. and told his Twitter followers, "I’m a lucky man. Lucky to work alongside the @LAFD & our great frontline @CoreResponse staff, our partners at Carbon Health, USC, & Curative Lab."
"At The Forum getting that 1st jab!! #lookoutworldbouttobustbackout#vaccinespring#gogitchyoursigotmine," the star posted to Instagram about the Los Angeles-area landmark on Jan. 24. He was appropriately wearing an Avengers mask while getting vaccinated.
"Today was a good day. I have never been happier to wait in a line," The Terminator star and former California governor shared on Instagram after getting vaccinated in Los Angeles. "If you're eligible, join me and sign up to get your vaccine. Come with me if you want to live!"
The Modern Family actress told her Instagram followers on Jan. 20 that she participated in a COVID-19 vaccine trial, writing, "Wearing blue for Biden/Harris at my 2nd (hopefully?) vaccine injection. It's a trial so a: I did not 'jump the line' and b: I may just get saline.... It's still an honor to be part of the process."
On Jan. 19, the 66-year-old Today star received the first dose of Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine live on air.
Willie and his wife, Annie, were among the first to get the vaccine in Texas. Family Hospital Systems in Texas shared a photo of the country singer giving a thumbs-up after receiving the shot with the caption, "Thank you Willie Nelson for helping Family Hospital Systems slow the spread of COVID-19."
The country singer and her daughter Peggy made the vaccination appointment a family affair. The country crooner wrote on Instagram, "Well, I bundled up and Peggy Jean and I rolled out of Hurricane Mills so I could get this vaccine. I'm sure glad to get it and am sure ready to put Covid in the rear view mirror! And I enjoyed the mom daughter time, too! #winning #sickofcovid #stayhealthy #besafe #getyours"
In an interview with the BBC, the actress shared, "I had one a week ago so I think my next is something like 11 weeks' time, that's a great start!"
On Sunday, Jan. 17, the legendary star revealed he received the vaccine. "Good news/Bad news. Good news: I just got vaccinated! Bad news: I got it because I'm 75. Ha," he captioned his Twitter message. "The operation in NYC was smooth as silk (sorry about the cliché @BCDreyer!) and hosted to perfection by the US Army and National Guard. Thank you all, and thank you science."
On Monday, Jan. 11, the star was vaccinated at her eponymous holistic care center located at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Stewart, 79, shared on Instagram in part, "We are all hoping for an end to this pandemic. To allay your concerns that I jumped the line know that I am in the approved age group for this batch of vaccines and I waited in line with others."
On Tuesday, Dec. 29, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris received the first dose of Moderna's coronavirus vaccine.
While receiving the vaccine from Delaware-based nurse Tabe Masa, the President-Elect told the American people, "There's nothing to worry about."
The New York City representative shared her vaccination experience on Instagram, promising followers, "I would would never, ever ask you to do something I wasn't willing to do myself."
The Lord of the Rings actor wholeheartedly recommends receiving the vaccine, sharing on social media, "It's a very special day, I feel euphoric. I would have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone. I feel very lucky to have had the vaccine."
The California congresswoman shared on Twitter, "Today, with confidence in science & at the direction of the Office of the Attending Physician, I received the COVID-19 vaccine. As the vaccine is being distributed, we must all continue mask wearing, social distancing & other science-based steps to save lives & crush the virus."
"Grateful for the hard work from the medical community, gov. partners, and others who are working around the clock to deliver a safe & effective #COVID19 vaccine," the former presidential hopeful tweeted when he and fellow congressmen received the vaccine on Dec. 18.
The queen of the Great British Baking Off captioned a pic of herself getting the shot, "Who wouldn't want immunity from #Covid19 with a painless jab?? #vaccine"
The Bachelorette contestant was among the first group of healthcare workers to receive the vaccine, a process he documented on Instagram.
Warren and fellow Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey said in a statement, "The vaccine is a testament to all we can achieve when we listen to scientists, follow the advice of public health experts, and come together as a country."
The official Twitter account for the Vice President tweeted on Dec. 18, "We want to ensure every American: While we cut red tape, we have cut no corners when it comes to the development of this SAFE and EFFECTIVE vaccine."
The CNN correspondent shared on Twitter, "While I am (a little) afraid of needles... yes... despite being a surgeon, the process didn't hurt a bit."