Vivek Oberoi took the first dose of Corona vaccine, gave this special advice to people

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By: Paromita Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-12 21:21:57 IST

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Actor Vivek Oberoi remains very active on social media. Vivek shares many of his videos and photos with fans. Recently, he has told through Instagram that he has taken the first dose of Corona vaccine.

The second wave of corona infection has begun in India. The second wave of Corona is proving to be more deadly than the first. To some extent, the situation that has improved has become uncontrollable once again. However, the corona vaccine has also come, which many people are getting. It is being speculated that this will improve the situation. Given this, many celebs have also come forward for vaccination. Actor Vivek Oberoi's name has also been included in this list.

Actor Vivek Oberoi remains very active on social media. Vivek shares many of his videos and photos with fans. Recently, he has told through Instagram that he has taken the first dose of Corona vaccine. Vivek has shared his video taking a dose. With this video, he has also appealed people to get the vaccine.

Sharing this video, Vivek wrote in the caption, 'The first dose of Kovid-19 vaccine. Many thanks to all the frontline workers, our warriors for doing this entire process with utmost care. I request everyone not to ignore their safety and get vaccinated. Let's get together and defeat the virus.'

Before Vivek, singer Palash Sen has also taken the dose of Corona vaccine. But after taking the dose, Palash became infected with Corona. At the same time, something similar happened with actress and leader Nagma. Nagma also became infected after applying the Corona vaccine. However, there are many stars who have successfully vaccinated and are healthy.

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