Alice Cooper Gets COVID-19 Vaccine After Previously Contracting The Disease

According to AZCentral, Alice Cooper and his wife Sheryl recently received COVID-19 vaccines in Phoenix, AZ. The singer says that the two already had the disease, “but [they] got vaccinated anyway.” The couple were volunteering with the Maricopa County Department of Public Health Medical Reserve Corps when they got their shots. Team Rubicon, a nonprofit organization that pairs military veterans with first responders, was on hand to help out and their Phoenix Communications Coordinator Rich Mogull commented:

“It was great. The Coopers showed up and none of these volunteers knew they were going to be there. They got autographs and got to talk to Alice and his wife.”

Alice added:

“Everybody out here’s been really nice. You don’t feel like you are in danger of anything.”

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