Ozzy Osbourne Receives COVID-19 Vaccine, Tells U.K.’s ‘Loose Women’ Show ‘As Soon As I Got It, I Felt Relieved’


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Even before the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in early 2020, Ozzy Osbourne was dealing with some significant health concerns. Various issues had forced him to postpone or cancel tour dates for much of the previous year, and then the pandemic struck.

It hasn’t been an easy go for the 72-year-old legend, who released a solid new album in February 2020 (weeks before the pandemic took control of our way of life). That was a much-needed highlight for the rock and roll legend, who also went public with his Parkinson’s diagnosis in January 2020. He also underwent spinal surgery, too.

Just this past December, Ozzy’s wife, Sharon Osbourne, tested positive for the coronavirus as well, recuperating separately from Ozzy in order to keep him safe.

This past weekend, Ozzy received the first installment of the COVID-19 vaccine … and he was appreciative of the opportunity. In a virtual appearance on the English talk show Loose Women, Ozzy and Sharon discussed their recent experiences, with Ozzy making it known how relieved he felt to receive the vaccine:

“As soon as I got it, I felt relieved. It felt like I was being stabbed. My arm was hurting yesterday, but I’m glad I got it, you know?”

Here’s their full Valentine’s Day Weekend appearance, which was filmed while the two were in bed with their pets and covers other topics beyond the coronavirus:

Sharon also told the Loose Women show that she’s due for the vaccine in “about two weeks.”

Continued best wishes of health and safety for Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne and the extended Osbourne clan!

This television appearance came on the heels of the premiere of a new animated music video for “It’s a Raid,” Ozzy’s duet with rapper Post Malone that was a single from his 2020 album, Ordinary Man:


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