Piers Morgan makes hilarious dig at coronavirus anti-vaxxers after calling for NHS ban
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Piers Morgan made a hilarious dig at the expense of those who say they won't be getting a vaccine to beat coronavirus.
The Good Morning Britain host, 55, pointed out what he sees is the hypocrisy of people who won't take the injection because of its ingredients, but will happily have plastic surgery and inject cosmetic fillers into their bodies.
It comes after he said that coronavirus anti-vaxxers should be banned from getting NHS treatment if they refuse to have the vaccine.
Taking to his Instagram account on Saturday, Piers shared a picture of an unnamed woman with huge lips and fake eyelashes.
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The picture said: "I'm not having no Covid vaccine.
"Not having anything injected into me, you don't know the side effects."
Piers shared the picture with his 1.2million Instagram followers with two laughing emojis.
He shared this meme on Instagram
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer manufactured a Covid-19 vaccine with 90% efficacy when tested on a group of 40,000 people.
Piers has called for people who refuse the vaccine to be banned from flying to other countries and from NHS care.
He said he would get the jab live on GMB to prove that it is safe.
Piers said coronavirus anti-vaxxers should be banned from getting NHS treatment if they refuse to have the vaccine
Piers and his wife Celia Walden in face masks
Piers said: "To all the anti-vaxxer Covidiots predictably now screaming that they won't have the jab, let me say this: a) If it's approved then I will have it done live on TV.
"b) If you refuse to have it then no more flying for you, and no using the NHS if you get covid. Deal?"
*Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV