Joe Jonas Rolls Up His Sleeve for COVID-19 Vaccine on NBC Special

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Joe Jonas speaks onstage at WE Day California at The Forum on April 25, 2019.

Joe Jonas recently got his second dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, and he filmed it for the world to see.

Doing his part to persuade people to get vaccinated and help put an end to the COVID-19 pandemic, Jonas joined NBC's Roll Up Your Sleeves TV special, hosted by Ciara and Russell Wilson. The primetime event was created and produced by ATTN: and presented by Walgreens.

"I'm not good with needles," Jonas admitted in a clip from the show, which aired at 7 p.m. ET Sunday night (April 18).

To keep him distracted as the vaccine was administered, he kept positive things on his mind: "I'm thinking about concerts and a yacht in Italy, Disney World, protecting my friends and family."

Earlier this month, he shared a snapshot of himself and Sophie Turner showing off their muscles and bandages after they got their COVID-19 shots. Walgreens called them "Mr. (& Mrs.) Perfectly Vaccinated" on Twitter, making a joke about the Taylor Swift Fearless vault track "Mr. Perfectly Fine," which may or may not reference her past relationship with Jonas.

Watch Joe Jonas get his COVID-19 vaccine below.

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