WATCH: Chiefs legend Bobby Bell shares his experience getting vaccinated for COVID-19

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As more COVID-19 vaccine doses are distributed across the country, more and more people are becoming eligible to be vaccinated. Many of those who have already received the first dose of vaccines are also now eligible for a second dose.

Kansas City Chiefs legend and Pro Football Hall of Famer, Bobby Bell, recently teamed up with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City to share his experience with the COVID-19 vaccination. Bell recently received his second vaccine dose at the Truman Medical Center in Kansas City. In the video, Bell recaps his experience getting vaccinated and encourages others to go out and get vaccinated when it’s their turn.

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Bell, 80, played with the Chiefs from 1963-1974. He won the league Defensive Player of the Year Award in 1969 en route to Super Bowl IV. His No. 78 jersey is one of the several retired jersey numbers in Kansas City. Bell remains heavily involved with the Chiefs organization to this day as one of their Ambassadors, headlining outreach events and charitable work in the community.

For more information on COVID-19 vaccination in the Kansas City area, please visit BlueKC.com.