Former GMA News reporter Steve Dailisan fully vaccinated na ng Sputnik V COVID vaccine

by Jojo Gabinete
May 27, 2021
Former GMA News reporter Steve Dailisan on being fully vaccinated against COVID-19: "I know It will take a while to achieve herd immunity that's why I'm not letting my guard down and will continue to practice all established health and safety protocols. No room for complacency."
PHOTO/S: Instagram / Facebook

Nagkaroon ng problema kamakailan ang mga local government unit (LGU) dahil naging brand conscious ang maraming Pilipino na mas gustong maturukan sila ng Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, na produkto ng isang U.S. company at ng BioNtech sa Germany.

Ang pagpabor ng maraming Pilipino sa Pfizer vaccine ang dahilan kaya isinusulong ng Department of Health (DOH) ang brand agnostic COVID-19 immunization campaign para hindi maging mapili ang ating mga kababayan sa bakuna na ituturok sa kanila.

Ang Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Sinovac, at Sputnik V ang mga bakunang libreng itinuturok sa mga Pilipino bilang proteksiyon laban sa COVID-19.

Made in Russia ang Sputnik V pero bibihira ang mga Pilipino na nagsasalita tungkol sa karanasan nila nang turukan sila ng nabanggit na vaccine brand.

Ang former GMA News reporter na si Steve Dailisan ang isa sa mga naturukan ng Sputnik V kaya siya ang tinanong ng Cabinet Files tungkol sa epekto sa kanya ng bakuna mula sa Russia.

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Lahad ni Steve, “I got my first jab May 4, and then second was May 25 at the Ayala Mall by the Bay through the Parañaque local government unit.

"Prior to schedule of vaccination, I was told na Sputnik V ang gagamitin sa akin."

Hindi raw nagdalawang-isip si Steve na subukan ang Sputnik V dahil mas mahalagang mabigyan siya ng proteksiyon laban sa coronavirus.

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Saad niya, “I never had second thoughts. I know that the readily available vaccine is the most effective vaccine for me.

“Other than ngalay sa braso, I didn’t feel any adverse effects. I feel protected.

"I consider this a milestone after going through a lot during this pandemic."

Sabi pa ni Steve, “I hope everyone in my family gets the vaccine soon.

"I know It will take a while to achieve herd immunity that's why I'm not letting my guard down and will continue to practice all established health and safety protocols. No room for complacency."

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Former GMA News reporter Steve Dailisan on being fully vaccinated against COVID-19: "I know It will take a while to achieve herd immunity that's why I'm not letting my guard down and will continue to practice all established health and safety protocols. No room for complacency."
PHOTO/S: Instagram / Facebook
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