Joan Collins begs people to get their Covid jabs

Joan Collins appeared on Good Morning Britain on Monday to reassure anyone who was worried about getting the Covid vaccine. 

The 87-year-old, who had the Oxford jab recently said the jab was the 'easiest thing', said she felt fine afterwards and even had a drink when she got home. 

She said: 'I just really want to tell anybody worried to know that there’s nothing to worry about. I really wanted to get it.

'We'll only get through this if everyone has the vaccine': Joan Collins, 87, begged people to get their Covid jabs on GMB on Monday after being inoculated herself

'We'll only get through this if everyone has the vaccine': Joan Collins, 87, begged people to get their Covid jabs on GMB on Monday after being inoculated herself

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'It’s the easiest thing, just a little scratch. There was no pain at all. No after effects, I was fine, went home and I had a drink even. If you’re asked by your GP, just go. 

'No, they didn’t tell me that. I’ve had the AstraZeneca, the Oxford vaccine. So, I think it’s anything between eight weeks and 12, [before I go back]. I’m not sure.

Joan said that the only way to get out of this pandemic is with herd immunity, saying: 'there are so many concerns from people. I believe only way were going to get through this is for everyone to get this vaccine.'

She said: ''It’s the easiest thing, just a little scratch. There was no pain at all. No after effects, I was fine, went home and I had a drink even. If you’re asked by your GP, just go'

She said: ''It’s the easiest thing, just a little scratch. There was no pain at all. No after effects, I was fine, went home and I had a drink even. If you’re asked by your GP, just go'

She continued: 'I’ve had the AstraZeneca, the Oxford vaccine. So, I think it’s anything between eight weeks and 12, [before I go back]. I’m not sure'

She continued: 'I’ve had the AstraZeneca, the Oxford vaccine. So, I think it’s anything between eight weeks and 12, [before I go back]. I’m not sure'

It comes as 1.5 million in priority groups have received one of the jabs, and in order to meet the target of 13.9 million people in priority groups by mid-February there needs to be at least two million vaccinations a week.

And Boris Johnson wants to open 50 mass vaccination centres across the country within weeks to help hit his target of offering vaccines to nearly 14 million people by the middle of next month.

It is reported at least another 43 hubs are now being planned for areas with large populations.

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