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Anil Kapoor Gave An Epic Reply To Fans Who Asked How He Got Vaccinated Before May 1
The situation of the coronavirus pandemic is quite serious in India as records are being broken in regard to the number of positive cases registered in 24 hours and also in regard to the number of people who lost their lives in the last 24 hours. The health infrastructure of the country is not in a good position as the number of patients is so high that there is no bed available for the COVID-19 patients in hospital and mostly all the hospitals are facing crunch situation in relation to the oxygen. Though the central government and the state governments are working hard to control the situation, it won’t be wrong to say that in case of COVID-19, prevention is far better than the cure.
The vaccination drive is also going on in the country and till now in the two phases, the government has allowed people above 60 years of age and people above 45 years of age to get vaccinated. In the third phase which is going to start from May 1, people above 18 years of age will be able to get vaccinated.
Recently Anil Kapoor, one of the most loved and famous actors of Bollywood, also got vaccinated and posted the photo of his vaccination on his Instagram account.
Here is the photo:
This post gave the chance to his fans and the people from Bollywood fraternity to have some fun as 64 years old Anil Kapoor has a reputation of getting younger with each passing year. He seems to be one of those few actors who have the ability to remain forever young and even his son questioned his eligibility to get vaccinated because people above 18 years old will get vaccinated only from May 1.
This is how people reacted over Anil Kapoor’s pic:
The Lakhan of Bollywood also had a wonderful answer as he said that if the officials had not seen his date of birth on his Aadhar card, they would also have asked him to come back after May 1.
Check out Anil Kapoor’s response:
Jokes apart but we also request our readers to get vaccinated and help the country in winning the war against COVID-19. Stay home, stay safe!