As clubs begin to reopen following eighteen months of COVID-19 shutdowns, UK superstar deejay/producer/artist Carl Cox sat down with Dr. Kishnan Bodalia as part of a promotional advertisement with the NHS to encourage fans and clubbers to get vaccinated.
Sharing the video to the National Health Service YouTube channel, Bodalia, who’s been working in a COVID ward throughout the pandemic, addressed the importance of why music fans need to get inoculated.
Addressing fans who are questioning whether or not they should get vaccinated, Cox said:
“We are in a pandemic. This is something we are all trying to deal with and all trying to work on. And what we want is for clubs to not work. At the end of the day, we’re all on the frontline now. So the only thing we can do is protect ourselves, to be able to enjoy our moments.”
In support of the vax, the legendary British musician talked about the symptoms he experienced after receiving the shots, saying that while he felt a bit woozy after the second dose, is perfectly fine now.
Vaccines have proven effective against COVID-19, helping to prevent the spread of the virus. And while some breakthrough cases have emerged, those who tested positive for COVID-19 after receiving their vaccination have had less severe symptoms than those who are unvaccinated.