Ivanka Trump just got her COVID vaccine at a CVS in Miami. Reactions were mixed

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Wednesday was a momentous day: Ivanka Trump returned to social media — and got her COVID vaccine.

“Today, I got the shot!” the former White House advisor announced on Twitter and Instagram, with two pics of her behind a screen at a South Florida CVS. “I hope that you do, too!”

Former President Donald Trump’s daughter also thanked “Nurse Torres,” who apparently administered the dose.

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In the snaps, the 39-year-old native New Yorker — who has been quiet on social media since January, when her father left office — sits on a chair masked up with sleeve rolled.

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The Associated Press reported Trump made her shot public to address people’s concerns. The news outlet added she will get her second shot (Pfizer) in a few weeks.

It’s unclear what CVS pharmacy Trump used, but she, her husband, Jared Kushner, and three kids are currently renting in Surfside.

While some followers commended Trump for taking her health seriously during a worldwide pandemic that has killed over 500,000 Americans, others went on the attack. There were a few anti-vaxxers in the bunch:

“Nope! Just say no. At least until we have a few years’ data.”

“Hell no. Why would you post this?”

“No thank you.”

Florida residents over the age of 18 are eligible to get the Moderna shot. Pfizer is for people 16 and older; and the Johnson & Johnson jab has been paused due to concerns about blood clots.

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