Coronation Street star Sally Dynevor has said she feels so grateful to the NHS after she had her Coronavirus vaccine.
Sally, who plays Sally Metcalfe in the soap, has praised the health service for everything they do after she underwent the first of her two Coronavirus jabs on Tuesday 16.
She wrote on Twitter: ‘Thank you so much to our NHS. Had my vaccine and I’m so grateful. Thank you for everything you do.’
A tweet on the official Altrincham Healthcare Alliance Primary Care Network account revealed Sally and former England football captain Bryan Robson were among more than 800 people receiving their Coronavirus vaccines in the north west yesterday.
The message said: ‘@sallydynevor, one of 800+ receiving the COVID vaccine today, said “it’s the best day I’ve had for ages… a huge thank you to everyone.” @bryanrobson added he was “delighted” @Mazsangha @nigellorde @stjohnsmedical @WestTimperley @ParkMedical1 @ShayLaneDoctors @AltrinchamMedi1.’
This comes after Sally’s co-star Jimmi Harkishin, who plays Dev Alahan in Corrie, recently urged communities in the UK to have the Coronavirus vaccine, after some conspiracy theorists wrong claimed the vaccine contains meat and alcohol, which are banned in some religions.
Jimmi said: ‘We are all living in such difficult times, but COVID-19 has been affecting the Asian communities disproportionately. Whatever the reasons for that, whether they are social or medical, it is very important for us to firstly follow the guidelines and secondly embrace the vaccination programme.
I know there has been an awful lot of misinformation, rumour and speculation about the vaccine, but I can’t stress how important the vaccine is in the battle against COVID.
For the sake of yourself and your families, when you get contacted please please go for the vaccination.’
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