Some famous personalities and influencers such as former US presidents Barack Obama, George W Bush and Bill Clinton as well as President-elect Joe Biden have volunteered to take the COVID-19 vaccine shot on camera if it helps to promote public confidence.
The recent one to join the bandwagon is Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, who is expected to receive the mRNA-based coronavirus vaccine in the coming weeks along with her husband Prince Philip .
Here are some famous people who will be taking COVID shots publicly.
President-elect Joe Biden also said in an interview that he, too, would be willing to be vaccinated in public after the government's approval of vaccines, specifically saying he would rely on Dr Fauci to say if the vaccine was safe for use.
"It's important to communicate to the American people that it's safe," the 78-year-old said. "It's safe to do this."
He also lauded the three former presidents for their commitment, saying they had "set the model as to what should be done."
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip
Aged 94, the monarch and her husband Prince Philip (99) will be administered a dose of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine in line with the UK's roll-out plan. Once they receive the coronavirus vaccine, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are likely to "let it be known" to the world.
Former US President
Angel Urena, Clinton's press secretary, told CNN that the former US president , Bill Clinton, would also come forth to get a COVID vaccine in public if it helped urge all Americans to do the same.
President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, also said in September that she would be willing to receive a COVID vaccine on the ABC talk show "The View."
"I applaud these pronouncements to help assure the public that the vaccine is safe and effective," she wrote on her Twitter account.
Former US president
Former president Barack Obama in an interview with SiriusXM radio said he would be inoculated if top US infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci signed off on a Covid-19 vaccine.
"If Anthony Fauci tells me this vaccine is safe, and can vaccinate, you know, immunize you from getting Covid, absolutely, I'm going to take it," said the former president.
George W Bush
Former US President
Freddy Ford, Bush's chief of staff, told CNN that the former president, also a Republican and Obama's predecessor, was willing to get a vaccine on camera.
"First, the vaccines need to be deemed safe and administered to the priority populations," said Ford.
"Then, President Bush will get in line for his, and will gladly do so on camera," he added.