Alice Cooper and his wife, Sheryl, are among those who’ve recently received the COVID-19 vaccine.

Per AZ Central, “The Coopers, who live in Paradise Valley, were there as volunteers with the Maricopa County Department of Public Health Medical Reserve Corps to thank other volunteers, raise morale and promote vaccination.”

In a brief video, Alice and Sheryl also revealed they contracted the virus, but didn’t detail when. Alice even signed autographs for a number of the volunteers and he and Sheryl stuck around for a bit to talk to everyone.

AZ Central noted, “Arizona allows people 65 and over to make appointments to receive the shots. Cooper is 73.”

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