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Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds got vaccinated: “I got 5G”

Blake Lively e Ryan Reynolds, with the sleeve raised to reveal the shoulder, they let themselves be immortalized during the premiere Covid-19 vaccination, posting their photos on Instagram. “Find someone who looks at you as I look at the heroic nurse who is vaccinating me,” wrote Serena Van der Woodsen of Gossip Girl, without being able to match her husband in irony and comic ability. Reynolds, who on his social networks has accustomed the public to some of the funniest comments an actor is capable of, managed in just three words to wink at conspiracy theorists, dismissing their outlandish theories.

“Finally, I got 5G,” the actor wrote online, in direct reference to the theory of those who argue that, with the first injection of Pfeizer, the government slips a 5G-powered microchip under the skin of its vaccinated people, so check every move and word of it.

Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively did not add anything else, limiting themselves with their photographs – complete with surgical masks – to report their position on vaccines and the urgency to make them available to everyone.


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