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Naomi Watts says she’s ‘so glad to have finally got’ the Covid-19 vaccine

Naomi Watts says she’s ‘so glad to have finally got’ the Covid-19 vaccine

Naomi Watts says she’s ‘so glad to have finally got my jab’ as she receives the Covid-19 vaccine in New York City

Naomi Watts got her Covid-19 vaccine on Wednesday.

The British-born, Australian-raised actress, 52, shared a photo on Instagram of herself with two Band-Aids on her arm after getting the jab.

‘So glad to have finally got my jab. Thanks to all the hardworking scientists and healthcare workers!’ she wrote. 

Shot: Naomi Watts got her Covid-19 vaccine on Wednesday. The British-born actress, 52, shared this photo on Instagram of herself with two Band-Aids on her arm after getting the jab

Shot: Naomi Watts got her Covid-19 vaccine on Wednesday. The British-born actress, 52, shared this photo on Instagram of herself with two Band-Aids on her arm after getting the jab

‘I cannot tell you how good it feels to see the light at the end of the tunnel. In this together!’ she added.

Naomi got her shot at a hospital in New York City, where she lives with her family.

In January, Naomi reflected on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, saying it was more important than ever for her to ‘open up’ more. 

Jabbed: Naomi got her shot at a hospital in New York City, where she lives with her family

Jabbed: Naomi got her shot at a hospital in New York City, where she lives with her family 

She told Vogue Australia she was seeking out lighter films and TV shows, in contrast to the moody dramas she’s known for starring in, like 21 Grams and Mulholland Drive.

‘Yeah, look, I can only do me, right? I think I opened up a whole lot more during Covid… I needed to laugh,’ she said.

‘I liked that other people might get a laugh out of some stupid things, me sending myself up. I’ll do anything for a joke!’

Latest movie: The actress recently returned to screens in Penguin Bloom, which tells the story of how a broken family comes together and repairs itself

Latest movie: The actress recently returned to screens in Penguin Bloom, which tells the story of how a broken family comes together and repairs itself

The actress recently returned to screens in Penguin Bloom, which tells the story of how a broken family comes together and repairs itself. 

Naomi described the Australian film as a ‘beautiful story’ about ‘hope and resilience’. 

Penguin Bloom is still being screened in selected cinemas.

Changing attitudes: In January, Naomi reflected on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, saying it was more important than ever for her to 'open up' more

Changing attitudes: In January, Naomi reflected on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, saying it was more important than ever for her to ‘open up’ more 

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