- Alice Dixson happily announced that she has received her second shot of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in Manila after receiving her first dose while she was in the US
- In the comment section of her Instagram post, a netizen questioned the actress why she got a Pfizer vaccine when she is not on the priority list
- Some netizens defended the actress and explained that Alice was given the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine since she already got the first dose of the said vaccine in the US
- Alice also addressed the netizen in a lengthy message she posted expressing her agreement to the netizens who defended her vaccination
Alice Dixson recently made a happy announcement on her Instagram page that she has been given her second dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in Manila. The actress has previously been inoculated with the same vaccine while she was in the US.
However, one netizen questioned the actress on how she got the vaccine when she is not on the priority list for the Pfizer vaccine. Other netizens defended the actress and even provided explanations on why Alice was given the Pfizer vaccine but this did not stop the said netizen from berating the actress.
Alice addressed the netizen by agreeing with what her defenders have told the basher. The actress also explained that though there are rules regarding vaccination, there are some circumstances when it cannot be applied.
In her case, Alice was already given the Pfizer vaccine in the US before she went back to Manila. Naturally, she will need her second dose of vaccine to be the from same brand which was why she received the Pfizer vaccine.
"Given your account is private and possibly a troll I normally would not respond, but for the sake of others who are waiting for vaccinations pa, I’ll humor you for their benefit.
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Ang pwede ko lang i-add: Our systems serve as a guide, as a general rule; however in cases of extenuating circumstances requiring for eg. someone to return back to their country of origin, shouldn’t our system be flexible? Remove the ‘artista’ or special treatment out of the equation... Paano ka for example if you were in my shoes? What would you do? Ako kasi, inabangan ko po talaga ang pag dating ng Pfizer sa Pilipinas kaya nagregister din ako like everyone; then shinare ko dito yung sites & link process. Other kababayans do not need Pfizer and can still get other brands as guided in the public info links provided. Know that everything will work itself out because more vaccines are coming & everyone will get vaccinated. Wala po masasayang. Stay safe"
Jessie Alice Celones Dixson, better known as Alice Dixson is a Filipino-American actress, commercial model, and former beauty queen. Born to an American father and a Filipino mother, she was the Philippines' representative for Miss International in 1986 and became a household name in 1987 through a Palmolive soap TV commercial.
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KAMI previously reported that Alice Dixson was all smiles while talking about her motherhood journey during her guesting on Eat Bulaga’s "Bawal Judgmental". She discussed some details about her first baby whom she welcomed via surrogacy abroad.
Alice’s recent video on Instagram has captured the hearts of her followers. It shows the actress taking care of her adorable firstborn, Baby A. The said video was taken during their flight going to the Philippines. Her post then garnered endearing comments from netizens who are happy to see Alice enjoying motherhood.
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