Queen ‘s Roger Taylor has urged everyone to get the coronavirus vaccine in a new social media post.
The drummer took to Instagram yesterday (February 13) to urge people to get vaccinated, saying those who choose not to get the picture should not “expect NHS services”.
“As they become available, everyone should have a vaccine,” Taylor wrote. “Those who refuse to be vaccinated and become ill from Covid, thus endangering other lives, cannot expect glorious and stressed NHS services. GIVE you a vaccine. ”
Taylor’s message comes after more than 14 million people in the UK received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, according to BBC News.
A quarter of UK adults have already received a single reported dose, including around nine out of 10 over 70, and uptake of the high vaccine, with a 93% uptake among people over 75 in England.
Last week, the Queen and Adam Lambert once again added their upcoming UK tour and added new dates.
The band was ready for a major tour of the UK and Europe last summer, but the re-formation of the jaundice was repeated until May – July 2021 due to the pandemic. coronavirus.
But the dates have now been rescheduled to 2022 starting with two performances at the AO Arena Manchester on 30 May and 31. The Queen has also added two more UK performances at the SSE Hydro, Glasgow on 2 and 3 June.
Meanwhile, Taylor has dealt with the expectation of a Bohemian Rhapsody sequence again, admitting that it is unlikely to happen.
The big screen capture of the band’s career took to theaters in November 2018 and became the highest music biopic ever, racing in over $ 1 billion at the box office around the world.
He also completed Rami Malek, who portrayed the late Freddie Mercury, an Academy Award for Best Actor.