Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield, 26, gets the AstraZeneca jab

Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield, 26, gets the AstraZeneca jab
Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield, 26, gets the AstraZeneca jab

Abbie Chatfield received her first AstraZeneca vaccine on Thursday.

In a series of videos uploaded to Instagram Stories chronicling her vaccination journey, the 26-year-old former Bachelor star joked she looked 'hotter' after receiving the jab.  

'Got the vaccine. I look, like, I actually look hotter. Like, I actually look hotter...' she began in a video filmed in her car after leaving the vaccination clinic.

Jabbed: Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield received her first AstraZeneca vaccine on Thursday

Jabbed: Former Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield received her first AstraZeneca vaccine on Thursday

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She took a swipe at anti-vaxxers when she added: 'I will keep you updated on how I feel afterwards and also how the 5G is in my house and in my phone, which I'm excited about. 

'I'll let you know if I feel closer to Bill Gates. I'll let you know if the government controls my mind. We'll see how it goes.'

Abbie also shared a video of herself confidently striding down the street set to Donna Summer's disco hit Hot Stuff.

'Already feeling hotter after getting AZ,' she captioned the video. 

'Got the vaccine. I look, like, I actually look hotter. Like, I actually look hotter...' she began in a video filmed in her car after leaving the vaccination clinic

'Got the vaccine. I look, like, I actually look hotter. Like, I actually look hotter...' she began in a video filmed in her car after leaving the vaccination clinic 

Feeling hot: Abbie also shared a video of herself confidently striding down the street set to Donna Summer's disco hit Hot Stuff

Feeling hot: Abbie also shared a video of herself confidently striding down the street set to Donna Summer's disco hit Hot Stuff

Call to arms: In a separate video, Abbie explained her decision to get the AstraZeneca vaccine rather than Pfizer, which is the preferred vaccine for people under 60

Call to arms: In a separate video, Abbie explained her decision to get the AstraZeneca vaccine rather than Pfizer, which is the preferred vaccine for people under 60

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In a separate video, Abbie explained her decision to get the AstraZeneca vaccine rather than Pfizer, which is the preferred vaccine for people under 60.  

The Pfizer vaccine is in short supply in Australia, with the government now advising younger people to reconsider their options. 

'Pfizer wasn't going to happen for me before probably the end of the year. That was kind of the estimation I was getting, and I just wanted to get vaxxed for my own protection and also to help the community. I just wanted to be vaccinated,' she said.

'It's also that I live obviously in Sydney, and if I get COVID, I could die. I mean, a 38-year-old woman died from COVID without any pre-existing conditions, so I just wanted to make sure that I was safe, and I feel good about it.'

In another post on her main Instagram grid, Abbie spoke about more about getting her first jab and claimed she was feeling 'super

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