Making use of her social media platform to urge people to get their vaccines, the 'Good Wife' alum says 'it just feels like the flu' to her because she's inoculated.

AceShowbiz - Julianna Margulies is another celebrity who testifies to the importance of getting COVID-19 vaccine. The actress has revealed that she caught coronavirus, but she feels "lucky" because she has been fully vaccinated.

"I also have Covid," so the two-time Emmy Award winner wrote on Instagram on Tuesday, January 11. Divulging her condition, she continued, "I'm fine because I am vaccinated so it just feels like the flu."

The "ER" alum went on urging her fans and followers to get their jabs. "How lucky we are to have the science that made these vaccinations. Please get vaccinated if you are not," she added.

Julianna also posted an image of her TV screen playing "tick, tick...Boom!", which stars Andrew Garfield. She gushed about the movie and the actor in the caption, "#TicKtickboom. Just finished watching the heartbreakingly talented @andrew_garfield._official."

"Directed by the genius @linmanuelmiranda. What a stunning film!" she further raved about Lin-Manuel Miranda, who made his feature directorial debut with the biographical drama. "Jonathan Larson's story is just remarkable. This film and his life make you realize how precious time is and not to waste a minute of it." She concluded, "And thank you to the whole cast and crew of #ticktickboom."

Julianna has been showered with well wishes from her friends and fans in the comments section. Chelsea Handler wrote, "Feel better soon, J!" before adding that she also planned to watch the Netflix movie. "I will watch that tonight while my baby is out of town," she shared. Makeup artist Gita Bass added, "Take care honey! Hope you have a speedy recovery. Lots of love."

Julianna is the latest celebrity who has recently tested positive for COVID. Tori Spelling, Jimmy Fallon, Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Hugh Jackman and Debra Messing have previously opened up about their own bout of the virus amid the surge of Omicron variant case.

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