Actor Wil Wheaton, best known for his appearance in well-known TV shows and huge productions such as ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Star Trek Nemesis,’ ‘The Big Bang Theory‘ and ‘Supergirl,’ expressed his satisfaction with having been vaccinated against ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
On April 24, the 48-year-old star took to his verified Instagram account and released a photo of himself taking the second dose of his Pfizer vaccine and touched that the vaccines save lives in the caption section.
As one of the celebs who share various photographs through their social media while receiving the vaccines to encourage other people to get it also, Wheaton wrote the following message alongside the photo, in which he is seen wearing a t-shirt with “destroy the patriarchy:”
“I am telling this lovely woman who is vaccinating me, ‘thank you for giving me my life back,’ as I get my second Pfizer jab at Pierce College.”
Then the host and co-creator of the YouTube show called ‘TableTop,’ then thanked “science and medicine and researchers and everyone who made this life-saving vaccination possible.” Via the post, the actor urged people, who still do not believe in being vaccinated, to make the right decision.
The actor, living in LA, called out his fellows with the following words:
“If you haven’t gotten jabbed, Pierce College has a ton of Pfizer shots and is accepting walk-ins all weekend. There is no line. You’ll be done in less than 30 minutes.”
According to the comments, he convinced a lot of people to get the coronavirus vaccine.