The Australian celebrities that are doing their part for the community by getting the COVID vaccine

because the pandemic won't go away until we are all vaccinated.

By Faye Couros
The Covid vaccine rollout that began in late February hasn't been smooth in Australia.
Luckily, operations have started to improve, and more people are doing their due diligence by getting their jab.
It has been one of the biggest logistical processes the country has ever seen, and it's also free to all Australian citizens.
According to Health Direct, while it isn't compulsory to get vaccinated for those who can, it will be a huge step forward in the right direction, so herd immunity can protect those who physically cannot receive the jab.
In Australia, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is okay for people 16 and older, and the AstraZeneca vaccine is for people 18 and above.
Both Pfizer and AstraZeneca require two doses, with a two-week wait in-between them.
The vaccine doesn't discriminate, and your favourite Australian celebrities have been rolling up their sleeves to get vaccinated.They have had to line up, provide their eligibility, go through a clinical screening, get their vaccine and wait 15 minutes for monitoring like everyone else in the over 40 bracket who has gone to a health centre or clinic to get vaccinated.
Here is a list of all the Aussie celebs doing their part.