Humorist Ary Toledo received the first dose of the covid-19 vaccine through the drive-thru system on Wednesday (3) and published a record of the moment on his Instagram. “Vaccinated, thank God! First dose of hope,” he wrote.
At 83 years of age, the comedian has been hospitalized a few times for lung problems in recent years. After the death of his wife, Marly Marley, in 2014, he also faced a depressive condition. Due to the pandemic of the new coronavirus, Ary Toledo had to leave the stage and cancel his traditional humor shows.
Over the past week, other artists have also received their dose of the vaccine against covid-19, such as Roberto Carlos, Betty Faria, Raul Gil and Ney Matogrosso. Older names, like Fernanda Montenegro, 91, and Ary Fontoura, 88, had already received the dose in previous stages of the vaccination campaign in Brazil.
In the United States, Terry Crews, from Everybody Hates Chris, was also immunized. “I know that no medicine or vaccine is 100% safe, but both science and faith work together to heal and protect us,” said the actor, also criticizing the great lack of information on the application of the immunizer.
Check below the moment when Ary Toledo receives the first dose of the vaccine against Covid-19.
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