Vaccine against Covid-19: a star, “euphoric”, has taken the plunge

Ian McKellen is in heaven! He was vaccinated against Covid-19 on Wednesday December 16, 2020. The actor praised the merits of this painless injection and recommends it to everyone.
To date, Covid-19 has claimed more than 65,000 lives in the UK. The country of Queen Elizabeth II began a major vaccination campaign, in which Ian McKellen took part . The 81-year-old actor received his injection and praised it.

” It’s a very special day, I feel euphoric, ” said Sir Ian McKellen on Wednesday December 16, 2020. The 81-year-old actor and hero of The Art of Lying (released on January 1) s’ is vaccinated against the coronavirus. The one who stars as Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings has been photographed at Queen Mary Hospital in London. Mask on the face and neck covered with a scarf in the colors of the LGBTQ + flag, Ian McKellen received his sting on his left arm.

” It’s obviously painless … it’s practical, and it allows you to meet the health staff [the employees of the National Health Services, Editor’s note] and say thank you for the work they have done is a bonus, I would have no hesitation in recommending it, ”continued Ian McKellen.

Thus, Ian McKellen will escape Covid-19, which British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had contracted , and will be able to continue filming. The octogenarian comedian known for his roles in the X-Men sagas andThe Lord of the Rings hopes to add new feature films to its impressive filmography.

Ian McKellen also intends to continue to live his homosexuality in broad daylight and without taboos. The actor hid it from the general public for forty-nine years , before revealing it in the midst of a radio debate, on the BBC, in 1988. His trusted man Garry O’Connor, author of his biography, explained the reasons which pushed him to come out and especially he explains why he was afraid to speak for so many years: homosexuality was illegal in England until 1967.

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