Amanda Kloots revealed on Instagram that she had received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and spoke to the online troll, who was ashamed of it.
“I just got my COVID 19 vaccine! I went to a place and waited in the car until all the appointments were over. I hope they can have more vaccines. I am ready to be turned away, but they Say there are enough vaccinations tonight. Everyone is waiting,” the 38-year-old fitness coach added subtitles to an Instagram post on Friday. “I can’t tell you how excited I was at the time, and I still remain emotional.”
She added: “Since Nick passed away as a single mother, I have been terrified and now I am one step closer to safety.”
In July, Klotz’s husband, Broadway actor Nick Cordero, died of COVID-19 at the age of 41 after being hospitalized for four months. During the treatment, Cordero faced complications, including amputation, and suffered several strokes due to infection. Cordero left behind the couple’s 20-month-old son, Elvis.
Since losing her husband, Kloots has been open to her grief and concerns that she may test positive for COVID-19. Now that Kloots knew she was “a step closer to safety”, he could breathe a sigh of relief. Next month, she will receive a second dose of Pfizer vaccine.
However, Kloots was strongly opposed to receiving the vaccine in Los Angeles, California. Currently, only basic workers and people over 65 are eligible for the vaccine. She responded by explaining “no vaccination should be done” in the video shared with her Instagram story.
The emotional Cruise said in the video: “I hope that at the end of the day, at the end of the date, they may have extra vaccines, otherwise they will be thrown away.” “They were not thrown out, but Was placed on the arm. Surviving single mother It is worth having an extra vaccine that can be thrown in the trash can. “
She continued: “So, I’m sorry I was a little excited, but it was a very exciting experience for me.” “If that’s the case, it would be great to be turned away by me tonight. I am actually prepared So I’m going to be turned away. I’m shooting it. Fortunately, I shot it. They have spare time. They are happy to let the people there waiting. I’m glad to be one of them. So please don’t Humiliated me on my photos after this day, and I am very happy to prepare for the first step of vaccination with this virus.”
The co-host of “The Talk” also denied the allegation that “Celebrity Privilege” played a role in her vaccination.
In the comment section of her photo, Kloots also received support, and many people pointed out that she was a well-deserved candidate for the COVID-19 vaccine.
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