Lionel Blair has thanked scientists for their work after having the second dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
The 92-year-old entertainer said the vaccine was “the best birthday present I could have”.
He urged people to “wear your mask, stay at home (and) wash your hands”.
Blair told Good Morning Britain he felt “wonderful”.
He said: “I’m feeling fine. It was the best birthday present I could have because I was 92 on December 12 and on that day they said I can have my first one, which I did, my first appointment.
“Yesterday I had my second.”
And the veteran tap dancer told the ITV show: “I want to thank the scientists for getting this together.
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“It’s just wonderful, what they’ve done.
“I do the flu jab every year, I do as I’m told and that’s what everybody should do – wear your mask, stay at home, wash your hands.”
Blair previously dubbed those who turn the vaccine down “crazy”.
“I’m just … thinking, thank God I live here,” he has said.
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