Check Out Jane Fonda's Reaction as the 83-Year-Old Actress Gets the COVID-19 Vaccine

Jane Fonda recently joined many other stars that willingly got the novel coronavirus disease vaccine. The legendary actress shared a photo of herself on social media where she got injected.

Jane Fonda, 83, is one of the latest celebrities to get the novel coronavirus disease vaccine. The star uploaded an Instagram photo of herself sitting on the passenger side of a vehicle while getting injected.

She and the driver both had on face masks and Fonda gave the thumbs-up sign with her left hand. A pair of hands wearing blue surgical gloves was photographed as it brought the vaccine injection close.

Jane Fonda at the rehearsal before Le Defile L'Oreal Paris as part of Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer on October 1, 2017, in France | Photo: Kristy Sparow/Getty Images 

Jane Fonda at the rehearsal before Le Defile L'Oreal Paris as part of Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer on October 1, 2017, in France | Photo: Kristy Sparow/Getty Images 

The actress was seemingly going to get the dose on her upper arm as it was exposed. In the caption of the post, the “Book Club” star opened up briefly about her vaccination experience, writing:

“Got vaccinated today! Yay! It doesn’t hurt.”

Last April, the two-time Oscar Award winner became an instant TikTok sensation after bringing back her iconic 1980s workout. This time, the actress was using it to raise awareness about climate change.

In the clip, Fonda shared how she was spending her time during the COVID-19 self-quarantine. The video was set to the soundtrack of Dolly Parton's 1980 hit song “9 to 5.”

The “Grace and Frankie” star was recorded while getting out of bed before pouring herself a cup of ambition. She spent the day doing full-body wall squats and wearing her red protest coat.

In December 2020, the US Food and Drug Administration made a vaccine announcement.

The actress got to work on her Fire Drill Friday campaign ahead of her appearance at Earth Day Live. She ended her day by having a martini, which sat next to her laptop, when happy hour started at 5 p.m.

Fonda has joined famous US stars like Samuel L Jackson, Harrison Ford, Steve Martin, Sean Penn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Tyler Perry, in getting the vaccine. In the UK, other celebrities have also joined the trend.

People like Joan Collins, Ian McKellen, David Attenborough, Judi Dench, and Tom Jones have also gotten their first doses. In December 2020, the US Food and Drug Administration made a vaccine announcement.

It issued an emergency use authorization for two COVID-19 vaccines, a Pfizer one and a Moderna one. Days after the announcement, vials were delivered to different states.

Frontline healthcare workers and residents of long-term care facilities started getting the first doses. This year, the vaccination program was expanded to teachers, senior citizens, and other essential workers.

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