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LOOK: Aiai delas Alas flies to the US to have COVID-19 vaccination

The comedian was not the first Filipino celebrity who had their COVID-19 vaccine out of the country.

Aiai Delas Alas posted on her Instagram a picture of her looking away while being injected by a frontliner with a Pfizer vaccine.

She captioned: 1st dose– hindi tumitingin haha kaloka — shokot wala naman pala wala akong naramdaman hehe … tnx LORD may 1st dose na kami ni darl .. #covidvaccine #1stdosepfizer”

The post got various reactions from netizens. Here are some of the comments:

“Makapunta nga ng US para makapag vaccine na rin tagal dito Pinas e charot 😂😂😂”

“Buti pa jan. Sagana na sa ayuda, sagana pa sa vaccine. 😍”

“Buti jan sa America Maam… Happy ako kasi jan kayu nagpa turok kasi pag sa pinas nakuuu…Daming ingay.”

 

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The comedian was not the first Filipino celebrity who had their COVID-19 vaccine out of the country.

Some celebrities and personalities who took a step ahead included Wil Dasovich, who got vaccinated in his hometown in California. Alice Dixson, who got her first dose of Pfizer vaccine in Canada. Yam Concepcion, who got her first shot of Moderna vaccine in New York. Also, the Megastar, Sharon Cuneta, flew to the United States to get her Moderna vaccine.

With the surging demand for COVID-19 vaccines, but limited supply of being distributed throughout the Philippines. In the priority list are those health and medical professionals, senior citizens, government officials, and people with comorbidities. It is no wonder why Filipinos opt to flock to first-world countries to get vaccinated.



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