Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson celebrated receiving his second dose of Covid-19 vaccine on Saturday.
The 48-year-old professional wrestler, who has become a superstar, shared a selfie in which he received the number two blow with his 231 million followers on Instagram over the weekend.
He not only focused on his own happiness, but also included a moving greeting to first-line health workers risking their lives to fight the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Fully covered: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, 48, shared a photo of himself receiving his second coronavirus vaccine on Saturday as he shared his appreciation for “frontline health workers [sic]’
Duane showed his wavy muscles in a gray tank top with a bald eagle towering in front.
He made sure to wear a black mask to slow the spread of Covid-19, while covering himself with a camouflage driver’s hat.
As he clicked the photo, a friend appeared to give him a shot in the upper arm.
“Round 2. Full slope,” he began. “The pendulum of my longtime ace @_amarcules and all of our front-line health care warriors here in the United States and around the world.”
More to do: He said there is still work to be done to fight the coronavirus. “The more information I understand, the more work I realize we have in front of us.”
Despite its encouraging behavior, the Fast and the Furious franchise star is not perfecting how far the world has to go to defeat the pandemic.
“The more information I understand, the more work I realize we have in front of us. Step by Step. Keep going, “he added, while including the hashtag” #vaccinated “.
Although The Rock already has two doses of either Pfizer or Moderna, it will not be fully protected until about two weeks after Saturday’s dose.
Public health officials recommend that vaccinated people behave as if nothing has changed in the last two weeks to prevent the possibility of contracting the virus before full immunity begins.
People receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine also have to wait two weeks after taking the dose for the full effects to work, but this vaccine requires only one dose.
Help: After sharing his second dose, the former wrestler promoted his Guac on the Rock program on Instagram, which restores guacamole purchases at local restaurants
Discount: To help troubled restaurants, The Rock will refund guacamole purchases up to $ 10, as long as the customer also orders their Teremana tekimana; seen in 2019 in Hollywood
Shortly after sharing his health update, Duane joined a famous promotion on his label Tequila.
During a virtual interview on Thursday in Today, the fitness icon opened for his promotion Guac on the Rock, which celebrates its birthday on May 2.
From May 1 to 5, people in the United States can order guacamole at restaurants that partner with its Teremana program, and The Rock will reimburse guacamole costs up to $ 10, although refunds end after paying $ 1 million in guacamo for.
He joked that “those days of celebrating my birthday are long gone,” but the program is more to get people to support their local restaurants, many of which were destroyed by the pandemic and the blockades needed to limit its spread. .
“It motivates people to go back there and go back to their local restaurants, order drinks, have fun as safely as possible and order guacamole – it’s all up to me, I’ll take care of everything you, ‘he said.
Uncertain: In an interview with Willie Geist, due out Sunday, Dwayne admitted that he questioned his choice to switch to acting early; seen with Jason Statham in Hobbs & Shaw
In the same interview, Dwayne, whose highest paid actor in Hollywood, admitted that he always had doubts about the transition to acting.
“When I left the fight and moved to Hollywood, there was a time when I wondered if I had made the right decision,” he admitted.
He said he was “ignored” when he first entered the business after becoming a wrestling superstar.
But despite his success, he said his goal was not to be “the biggest one or the biggest one.”
Difficult change: He said he was “ignored” when he first entered the business after becoming a wrestling superstar; seen in 2015 in Los Angeles