In a little over 24 hours, Arnold Schwarzenegger's COVID vaccine Twitter post has received over 100,000 views. The 48th Governor of California and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger shared his post on Twitter yesterday while in line at Dodgers Stadium after waiting for his turn for his COVID vaccination.

Arnold Schwarzenegger is 73 years old and if he lived in Victoria, would qualify as a Phase 1b candidate (over the age of 65 ) for the COVID vaccination. Likely he qualified to be vaccinated in California due to his age as well.

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"Today was a good day. I have never been happier to wait in a line. If you’re eligible, join me and sign up to get your vaccine."

Using one of the most famous Terminator 1 and 2 references, Arnold ends his tweet with a message for Americans, "Come with me if you want to live!" Arnold offers after he receives his first vaccination.

Other celebrities like Sir Ian McKellen have taken to Twitter to show their support by posting themselves getting vaccinated as well.

Yep, even our very own, Willie Nelson has been featured on Twitter, with many celebrities even promoting the ease and importance of becoming vaccinated in their tweet messages.  With Willie, we got a thumbs up!

According to New York's Vulture.com, "With current age and career restrictions on the vaccine, it may be a moment until we see a wave of celebs under 60 receiving the vaccine, but until then rest assured that icons such as Martha Stewart, Prue Leith, Joan Collins, and more, are in the clear.

We will be looking for more celebrities to post their experiences during the immunization process in the months ahead.

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