Video ng umano'y maling paraan ng pag-vaccinate, nag-viral online

Video ng umano'y maling paraan ng pag-vaccinate, nag-viral online

- A video is now making rounds on social media as it allegedly showed a woman being vaccinated with a used syringe

- The video showed a woman wearing a black blouse, sitting on a chair and facing the camera

- Thereafter, she was injected with a syringe and unfortunately, the nurse realized that it was used

- What happened after was that, she was injected again on the other arm, much to her discomfort as shown in her restlessness in the video

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A video of an alleged "wrong" vaccination process has gone viral.

Video ng umano'y maling paraan ng pag-vaccinate, nag-viral online
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Source: UGC

It showed a woman getting vaccinated and allegedly, the first jab that was done on her made use of a "used syringe," which was why it necessitated a second jab on her other arm.

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The first part of the video showed a woman sitting, and a nurse cleaning her arm.

Thereafter, she was injected, but it turned out that it was allegedly "used" as pointed out by, "wala daw siya ma-push."

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When it was revealed, the discomfort, worry and uneasiness were apparent in the woman's reaction.

The effect, she was vaccinated on the other arm.

It still remains unclear whether the woman filed a complaint against the health institution or the nurse who vaccinated her.

While many people do understand that frontliners are also exhausted, they stated that such an error may have to be avoided since it carries health risks for the one being vaccinated.

Many also suggested that one may have to be vigilant when they get vaccinated.

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The Philippines is one of the countries hit by the pandemic. The government has been trying to inoculate Filipinos with the COVID-19 vaccine. So far, the widely used vaccine by the government is Sinovac, a vaccine made in China.

The video of a woman who is supposed to be getting her vaccination, but instead had her arm injected without the vaccine being delivered into her system, has gone viral. The said video, which recorded the events showed a member of the vaccination team plunging the syringe’s needle into the woman’s arm but did not press the plunger of the syringe. As a result, the liquid vaccine remained in the syringe’s barrel, though the patient might not have noticed this if not for the video. Because of this, the DOH announced it has launched an investigation into the matter.

Celebs have also shared their vaccination experiences. For instance, Maris Racal and Rico Blanco happily shared that they have gotten their first doses of COVID-19 vaccine. They received their vaccine jabs together on Saturday, Independence Day. The couple took to their respective Instagram pages to announce their vaccination. They likewise encouraged their followers to get vaccinated as well.


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