Amber Heard, 34, calls herself the ‘vaccine queen’ as she shows off her plaster after receiving Covid jab
The actress, 34, took to Instagram to share a snap of her plastered arm after getting the jab at a clinic.
Amber captioned the shot: ‘Did someone say “vaccine queen”?’, as she posed next to a sign which said: ‘Covid-19 Vaccination clinic’.
‘Did someone say “vaccine queen”?’ Amber Heard called herself the ‘vaccine queen’ as she received her vaccination against coronavirus on Tuesday
The Aquaman star rolled up the sleeve of her plain black T-shirt to show the tiny plaster on her arm after her appointment.
Amber cut a casual figure as she teamed the look with dark jeans and wore her blonde hair back in a high bun.
The actress showcased her flawless complexion as she went make-up free for her visit to the doctors and donned a pink face mask.
Jab: Amber captioned the shot: ‘Did someone say “vaccine queen”?’, as she posed next to a sign which said: ‘Covid-19 Vaccination clinic’
Who will be first in line to be vaccinated against coronavirus?
- Health workers will be first in line to be vaccinated
- Those most vulnerable to the targeted infection are a high priority: It includes 12 million critical health, national security and essential workers
- 110 million people at high risk from the coronavirus: This includes those over 65 who live in long-term care facilities, or those of any age who are in poor health, or who also are deemed essential workers
- Those living where the outbreak is currently worst will also be a priority
- Volunteers taking part in the final stage trials of vaccine testing who receive dummy shots will be given the real thing once an injection is created
- The remaining general U.S. population of 205 million other people would come later
Late last month, President Joe Biden welcomed the 50th millionth dose of the Covid-19 vaccine since his swearing in.
Biden added they are on course to exceed his promise to deliver 100 million shots within his first 100 days in office.
Health care workers, essential workers and 110 million people at high risk from coronavirus have been prioritised first in the vaccine roll out in the US.
Achievement: Late last month, President Joe Biden welcomed the 50th millionth dose of the Covid-19 vaccine since his swearing in
Amber’s vaccination comes after the actress responded to the injuries she sustained at the hands of Johnny Depp.
Among the Twitter users was Adam Waldman – a former member of Johnny’s legal team – who tweeted a picture of the actress on Friday as he tried to discount her allegations against her ex-husband.
Alongside the images he wrote: ’12/15/15 allegation ‘I had bruised ribs. Bruises all over my body, bruises on my forearms from trying to defend the blows. I had 2 black eyes. I had a broken nose. I had a broken lip’
Response: Amber’s vaccination comes after the actress responded to the injuries she sustained at the hands of Johnny Depp (both pictured at the libel trial last summer)
‘Justice Nichols – I believe her. UK Appeals Court – we believe him. But oops … PHOTO SHOOT! [sic]’
Responding to the post, the actress shared: ‘Yes Mr Waldman, I may be wearing makeup on this occasion but on every occasion you will still be short.’
As another Twitter user responded, ‘I’d rather be short than an abusive gold digger Woman shrugging’, Amber hit back, ‘It’s good to be realistic with your goals’.
The posts come after Heard and British tabloid The Sun said they were vindicated after a UK court refused Depp the right to appeal against a ruling that he was a wife-beater.
Tweets: Adam Waldman – a former member of Johnny’s legal team – tweeted a picture of the actress on Friday as he tried to discount her allegations against her ex-husband
The Hollywood actor had sought to challenge a November 2020 ruling in a high-profile libel action that upheld claims in the newspaper that he beat Heard during their stormy marriage.
A spokeswoman for Heard said she was was ‘pleased – but by no means surprised by the decision’, adding the ‘evidence presented in the UK case was overwhelming and undeniable’.
The Sun said the newspaper ‘had every confidence that this leave to appeal application would not be granted and are pleased with today’s decision’.
Two judges at the Court of Appeal dismissed his application to challenge the High Court ruling, finding that the original hearing had been ‘full and fair’.
Clap back: Responding to the post, Heard hit out at Waldman’s height before taking down another Twitter user for branding her an ‘abusive gold digger’