Fact check: No, COVID-19 vaccines are not yet available to the public

Fact check: No, COVID-19 vaccines are not yet available to the public

- A post of a netizen about a vaccine for the coronavirus has recently gone viral on social media

- In the photo that he posted, a medical product which had the label "COVID-19 lgM/lgG" was featured

- Furthermore, the caption in the photo states that the alleged vaccine came from the United States

- However, this news has proven to be false and has been debunked since its posting

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Netizen Kit Salazar Cervantes recently shared a photo that claimed a vaccine for the coronavirus or COVID-19 has finally been made.

The said post featured a set of medical products that had the label, "COVID-19 lgM/lgG" in them.

KAMI also learned that the alleged vaccine claims that it can treat and cure COVID-19 patients in just three hours.

Liza Soberano

Source: Facebook - Kit Salazar Cervantes via Rappler
Source: Facebook

Furthermore, as reported by Rappler (authored by Pauline Macaraeg), the photo also featured a caption that mentioned the vaccine was made in the United States, “Great news! Carona virus vaccine ready. Able to cure patient within 3 hours after injection.

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"Hats off to US scientists. Right now Trump announced that Roche Medical Company will launch the vaccine next Sunday, and millions of doses are ready from it!"

However, these claims are considered to be false as the World Health Organization, Department of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control have announced that there is still no vaccine for COVID-19.

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As reported earlier by KAMI, a photo has been circulating on social media claiming that Vice President Leni Robredo agreed to send home COVID-19 patients. The issue stemmed after 3 patients who tested positive for coronavirus disease in Quezon City were reportedly sent home.

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