Eddie Vedder And His Family Got Vaccinated, Wife Jill Shares The Details Of Experience
Pearl Jam lead vocalist, Eddie Vedder’s wife, Jill Vedder revealed that the whole family got vaccinated. She also shared her thoughts about the global pandemic and the details of the vaccination process on her Instagram account.
As you know, people still have doubts about whether they should get the COVID-19 vaccine or not. Because most of them are afraid of the side effects and also anti-vaxxers believe that vaccines are harmful to their health. Therefore, some celebrities like the veteran musician, Ted Nugent declared that he wouldn’t have the vaccination and didn’t believe its benefits.
However, giving importance to the advice of the health authorities, most of the rock and metal legends decided to get the COVID-19 vaccine and they shared their experiences after that. Eric Clapton, KISS bassist Gene Simmons, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, The Byrds frontman David Crosby, and Alice Cooper with many others revealed that they got the vaccine.
Recently, Pearl Jam frontman, Eddie Vedder’s wife, Jill shared the photos of their sixteen-year-old daughter while having the vaccination. She also stated that their family always supported the vaccine and both Eddie and she got the vaccine. She expressed her gratitude for scientists and healthcare workers and for having access to the vaccine. Their children were also very excited about this experience. According to Jill Vedder, to be able to go back to old times, people should get vaccinated.
Here’s what she wrote:
“There was no question in our family whether or not to get our vaccinations. We get vaccinated because we want to be with our friends and family again. Because we miss concerts and movie theaters and we believe in science. Thank you to the scientists and researchers who have worked for decades on vaccination for the coronavirus. Thank you to the front-line workers who have had our backs and worked tirelessly to get us through the most painful last 14 months many of us have ever or will ever experience. We feel extremely fortunate to have had access to this vaccine and now we need to work to ensure the rest of the world has the same access we did. The world needs to hug each other again. “
“Eddie and I were vaccinated earlier in the year but we were not allowed to take photos in the location we received them or we would have posted them proudly. Today our youngest was eligible to get her vaccine. And Olivia got hers pretty much the day they said 16-year-olds could. I have never seen my children more excited to get a shot. No, they don’t look thrilled in the photo cause it’s still a shot but both walked in, heads held high, and said give it to me, I want my life back. I hear you, girls… I do too.”
You can see the photo below.