Ralf Little, 41, ‘wiped out’ after Covid vaccine as co-star Will Mellor also falls ill

Will Mellor says he feels 'horrendous' after covid vaccination

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Death In Paradise star Ralf Little, 41, has spoken out about his symptoms after having the coronavirus vaccine. The actor said he felt “wiped out” for a day, but felt completely fine afterwards. Ralf shared his health news on his friend and former co-star Will Mellor’s post on Instagram, where the latter told fans he was feeling “absolutely horrendous” after the AstraZeneca jab.

Sharing a video from his bed, he said: “I had the Covid jab yesterday and I feel absolutely horrendous.”

The actor added he could “barely lift” his head off the pillow, adding: “My arms are like lead.”

He continued: “I have aching bones, all my back is aching, it’s like I’ve literally got the full blown flu.

“When I try to walk it’s like I’m an 80-year-old man, I’m not joking, it’s horrendous.”

Will went on to say, in view of his 258,000 followers: “Obviously not everyone is going to get it like this, but just to let you know there’s a possibility.”

Many of his fans flocked to his post to wish him well.

Today, he shared another video revealing he was feeling better after a “rough few days”.

Sharing his own experience on the post, Ralf wrote: “I was the same mate. Wiped out for 24 hours.

“Then it was gone, like nothing had happened.”

Many Instagram users responded to his message, saying they had a similar experience.

Keith Lemon added: “Yep I felt like s**t afterwards.”

The NHS website states that the vaccine is safe, effective and gives the best protection against Covid-19.

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Two doses of the jab are needed for longer lasting protection.

On side effects, they state: “So far, millions of people have been given a Covid-19 vaccine and reports of serious side effects, such as allergic reactions or clotting problems, have been very rare.”

They added symptoms after the jab could include feeling tired, a headache, feeling achy, feeling or being sick.

However, they add most of these are “mild and short term”.

People aged 42 and over in England are now able to book their Covid-19 jab.

More than 33.7 million people in the UK have received their first dose.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said that rollout had gone “very, very well” so far.

“Now we’re able to go that little bit further,” he added in a Twitter video.

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