Vic Sotto expresses faith in COVID-19 vaccines: “Tumawag na ako kay Vico”

Vic Sotto expresses faith in COVID-19 vaccines: “Tumawag na ako kay Vico”

- Vic Sotto recently aired his confidence in the efficacy of approved COVID-19 vaccines

- In fact, the “Eat Bulaga” host had already coordinated with Mayor Vico Sotto to receive a shot of vaccine soon

- The veteran comedian is a registered voter in Pasig City, where his son leads

- Vic likewise has a message to those who are afraid of receiving the said vaccines

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Vic Sotto recently articulated his faith in the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines.

Vic Sotto expresses faith in COVID-19 vaccines: “Tumawag na ako kay Vico”
Vic Sotto with wife, Pauleen Luna, and daughter, Talitha (Photo: Pauleen Luna (@pauleenlunasotto)
Source: Instagram

In an interview with DZRH, the veteran comedian, who is a registered voter in Pasig, said he already coordinated with Mayor Vico Sotto to be on the list of Pasigueños who will receive the vaccines.

“Tumawag na ako kay Vico na kapag turn na ng mga senior ay pupunta na ako sa kanilang vaccination area,” he said.

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The “Eat Bulaga” host likewise expressed his reliance on the legal COVID-19 vaccines developed by experts.

“Huwag tayong matakot, wala namang mamatay sa bakuna eh.
Pinag-aralan ‘yan ng mga siyentipiko.”

He also added, “Sa ating dabarkads na nakikinig, ‘pag may available na, magpaturok na tayo, magkaturukan na.”

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The COVID-19 outbreak started out in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China. Scientists believed that the virus came from an animal at one of Wuhan's wet markets.

The Philippines has slowly eased quarantine measures and Filipinos are starting to adapt to the new normal.

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In a previous report by KAMI, President Rodrigo Roa Duterte dared Vice President Leni Robredo on Sunday to be the first in line to be inoculated with Sinovac Biotech’s COVID-19 vaccine. PRRD said Robredo is more qualified for the vaccine as she is still young.

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Duterte also had a rant on Robredo following the latter’s call for further reviews on Chinese government-donated vaccines made by Sinovac Biotech. The said vaccines donated by the Chinese government arrived in the Philippines on February 28.

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