Bachelor star and federal agent Sam Royce is one of Australia’s first reality TV stars to get the COVID-19 vaccine
And now Bachelor star Sam Royce, 30, has seemingly become of the country’s first reality TV stars to receive her first dose of an available COVID-19 vaccine.
‘Feeling very privileged today,’ Sam captioned a photo getting the injection to Instagram on Wednesday.
‘Feeling very privileged today’: Bachelor star and federal agent Sam Royce (pictured) became one of Australia’s first reality TV stars to get the COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday
Sam, who is based in Darwin, Northern Territory, rose to fame on Bachelor Matt Agnew’s season in 2019.
While she didn’t find love on the show, she has since found it with Bachelorette alumni Jarrod Woodgate, 35.
Raising her polkadot blouse up over her left bicep, a medical professional was seen injecting the needle into her skin.
Sam works as a public servant, more specifically as a federal agent with the Australian Federal Police.
On Tuesday, Scott Morrison called in the Australian Defence Force to help get the nation’s coronavirus vaccine rollout back on schedule.
Military personnel will be assigned to help vaccinate elderly Australians in aged care facilities in mainly regional and remote areas.
ADF doctors and nurses will undergo training this week.
Getting it done: Raising her polkadot blouse up over her left bicep, a medical professional was seen injecting the needle into Sam’s skin
Couple: While Sam didn’t find love on Matt Agnew’s season of The Bachelor in 2019, she has since found it with Bachelorette alumni Jarrod Woodgate, 35 (left)
It’s unclear if Sam is the first Bachelor franchise alumni to get the first COVID-19 vaccination injection.
It’s possible other stars, like those who work in the medical sector, could have also had the jab.
Brittany Hockley works in a Sydney hospital as a radiographer, while Elly Miles and Irena Srbinovska are both experienced nurses.
Have other reality TV stars had it? Bachelor star Brittany Hockley (pictured) works in a Sydney hospital as a radiographer
On track: Scott Morrison (pictured) announced a Covid-19 milestone on Sunday, February 28, when 30,000 doses of the AstraZenaca version land in Sydney for batch testing
The first 30,000 doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine landed in Sydney on Sunday, February 28.
Australia’s medical regulator will be batch testing the first doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine this week with the aim of rolling it out from March 8.