And Lisa Wipfli is ready to join them, with the entrepreneur taking to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday to reveal she'd booked in for her jab.
'I'm going this week to get [AstraZeneca],' she told a fan during a Q&A session.
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The fan asked Lisa if she'd received her vaccine yet, with the Nourishing Bub founder replying, 'No I haven't yet.'
She explained, 'I was holding out for Pfizer but I know this is utterly ridiculous because I don't have any underlying health issues, so I'm going this week to get AZ.'
'Get vaccinated everyone,' she implored her followers.
Doing her bit: 'I'm going this week to get [AstraZeneca],' she told a fan during a Q&A session
The message comes after Jackie 'O' Henderson became the latest celebrity to get the AstraZeneca vaccination as Sydney's battle to contain the Delta variant rages on.
Despite initially having hesitations after hearing false claims from anti-vaxxers, the 46-year-old confirmed on Tuesday that she knew it was the right step to take - and rolled up her sleeve live on-air on The Kyle and Jackie O Show.
KIIS FM's resident 'Doctor KIIS' - also known as Dr. Sam Hay - administered the shot, with an excited Jackie exclaiming 'Stick it in, baby!' as she received her first dose in front of the station's thousands of listeners.
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'We really need to encourage people out there to go and get vaccinated,' Dr Sam said, adding he thought those against spreading false information about the vaccine are 'seriously deluded'.
When Dr. Sam explained that even with one vaccination she would already have a 'reduced rate of contracting and transmitting Covid-19 to other people', Jackie said: 'That's the most important thing to me.'
Jackie joins the long list of stars who have rolled up their sleeves to get the AstraZeneca vaccine, including comedian Andy Lee, Today Extra host Sylvia Jeffreys and The Project host Lisa Wilkinson.
Listeners had been sceptical that Jackie may not have wanted the vaccine at all, seeing as her co-host Kyle Sandilands had his first dose back in June.
But in a statement to Daily Mail Australia in July, Jackie said: 'I have every intention of getting vaccinated, I am pro-vaccine and always have been.
'Unfortunately, due to my back to back TV and radio commitments over the last few months, I haven't been able to prioritise this yet. But it's at the top of my list now.'
The right thing: Despite initially having hesitations after hearing false claims