Former “Southern Charm” star Cameran Eubanks is doing her part to help stop the spread.
Eubanks, 37, revealed that she is participating in a vaccine trial study via Instagram on Tuesday, captioning a photo of herself receiving the shot, “Excited to take part in the #Novavax phase 3 vaccine trial. 💉. Science is cool and I am grateful for it! #LabRat #AintScared.”
In the comments section, the former reality star — who is married to a doctor — added that she will receive two shots, 21 days apart.
“I am excited about this vaccine because it is a Protein vaccine which is tried and true technology,” the “One Day You’ll Thank Me” author wrote. “Same way a flu shot works. I am hoping it gets approved!”
She also told a follower that she is planning to vaccinate her daughter, Palmer, 3, “as soon as they are approved for children.”
When asked if there is a chance she will actually be receiving a placebo vaccine, she commented, “this trial is a 2 to 1 placebo so 66% chance you get the vaccine 34% placebo.”
The New York Post reported last month that the Novavax vaccine is almost 90 percent effective against COVID-19, but just under 50 percent effective against the new South African variant.
The vaccine entered its Phase 3 trial in the United States and Mexico just before New Year’s.
Eubanks’ rep didn’t immediately get back to us.
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