MORE CELEBRITIES have shared pictures of them getting the coronavirus vaccine to encourage fans to do the same. 

Millions of people in the UK have already had the jab as part of the mass vaccination rollout. 

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Stars from the world of music, film and TV have been among the first to get the vaccine.

Oxford/AstraZeneca​ Vaccine

– Nick Hewer

 

Apprentice and Countdown star Hewer, 77, praised the 'amazing efficiency' of the vaccination centre where he received his jab.

– Shakin Stevens

Stevens, 72, and his partner and manager Sue both received their first dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine in February.

– Loyd Grossman

The 70-year-old broadcaster and author, known for his range of cooking sauces, was given the Oxford/AstraZeneca injection at North Cotswold Hospital, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, in February.

Dame Joan Collins

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The veteran actress, 87, announced on Instagram that she had received the Oxford University/AstraZeneca jab at London’s Bloomsbury Surgery in January.

- Andrew Lloyd Webber 

Oxford Mail:

Andrew Lloyd Webber said he felt 'right as rain' after taking part in trials for the Oxford coronavirus vaccine.

The composer behind shows Cats, Evita and The Phantom of the Opera, revealed he had been given the real jab – not the placebo.

“I guessed I might have done… I was around people who got coronavirus in the period after the last lockdown and I absolutely didn’t,” he said.

“I had no effects from the trial whatsoever; I felt right as rain.”

Oxfordshire celebrities

- David Cameron

Oxford Mail:

The former Prime Minister, who lives in Dean near Chipping Norton, took to his Facebook page to confirm the news on Tuesday. 

- Prue Leith 

 

National treasure Prue Leith has received her second dose of a coronavirus vaccine in Chipping Norton.

The Great British Bake Off judge, 80, was one of the first people to receive the jab in early December and described the procedure as 'painless'.

Appearing on Good Morning Britain, she said her local vaccination centre in Oxfordshire, had been 'very efficient' over the Christmas period.

READ MORE: All the celebs that have gone public with getting the vaccine

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