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Addite Malik receives first dose of COVID-19 vaccine; encourages new moms to get vaccinated

11:17 AM Jun 13, 2021 | FPJ Web Desk

Addite Malik, who gave birth to her first child in April 2021, has taken her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday.

Addite took to her Instagram handle and shared pictures of herself getting vaccinated. She also emphasized that it is safe for nursing women to take the vaccine.

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The new mommy shared that she trusts science and is hopeful for the future.

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"And yes I was vaccinated today. A lot of questions on whether nursing women should get vaccinated or not and as per latest studies and reports it’s completely safe for us to. However I also checked with my doctors and then took the decision to take the jab. I’m trusting the science and I know the future is better with each one of us that takes the decision to get vaccinated," she wrote.

Also Read: Mohit Malik, Addite Shirwaikar name their baby boy 'Ekbir' - what does it mean?

"For all of you out there wondering if it’s safe for you to get vaccinated if you are pregnant or nursing, do the research but with it speak to your doctor regarding the pros and cons. And as I’ve always said in the end go with what your heart says! It’s a tough decision and it’s your decision," Addite added.

Have a look at her post here:

Television actors Mohit Malik and Addite welcomed their first child - a baby boy on April 29, 2021.

Ever since they became parents, Mohit and Addite have been posting pictures with their son Ekbir. However, they have not revealed the face of the baby in any of the pictures.

Mohit and Addite, who tied the knot in 2010, announced the pregnancy in December 2020.

Reportedly, they met on the sets of Banoo Main Teri Dulhan. After dating for a few months, they tied the knot in December 2010.

Also Read: In Pics: Mohit Malik and Addite Shirwaikar spotted with their newborn in Mumbai

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