Speaking to the camera in front of the palm and the blue machine, the “Baywatch” and “Knight Rider” stars say that getting a jab is the best way for people to regain their freedom. At one point, he raises his hand to expose the small cast on his arm.
“What I want is to get life back on track, it’s freedom, freedom to be vaccinated and to go all over the world. The most important experience of my illness is death,” he says.
“It leads to death. Get vaccinated. My advice can be to anyone in America, as well as the world, in Germany to get vaccinated.”
Hasselhoff was a German celebrity, famous for appearing on a Berlin wall on New Year’s Eve 1989, singing his song “Seeking Freedom.”
The wall, which has divided Berlin for decades, had collapsed six weeks earlier.
However, the latest videos have been mocked and criticized in Germany, with people pointing out that vaccines do not provide a large proportion of the population in crisis.
By Monday, anyone 12 years of age or older must be able to apply for an appointment to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, according to the health minister.
On the same day, Health Minister Jens Spahn wrote in a tweet that 55 million drugs had been given.
In January, Hasselhoff launched his own KITT car, the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am produced when the beautiful car used the 1980s television series “Knight Rider,” next to the raft of other monuments.