After surviving COVID-19, Majayjay Vice Mayor Ariel Argañosa gets vaccinated
Majayjay Vice Mayor Ariel Argañosa was able to overcome COVID-19, but he is still making sure he has extra protection against the coronavirus.
In a Facebook post, Argañosa said he has been vaccinated, and shared photos from his inoculation.
He was given the Sinovac vaccine and has not felt any side effects, he said.
He called on those who have signed up for the vaccine to be patient about their schedule.
The local government is vaccinating the priority sectors including the workers, he said.
He also urged his constituents to get the jab as well.
Vaccination is not mandatory, but it is encouraged!
From Step 1 up to the last step!
Nakaraang mga buwan nang tayo’y nagpositibo sa COVID-19 and its high time para mabakunahan at maging protektado!
Sinovac ang vaccine na available nang tayo ay nagpabakuna at baliwala naman at wala naman tayong naramdamang side effect nito.
Kasabay nating nagpabakuna ang ating mga masisipag na empleyado mula sa MENRO at DA gayudin ang ating Konsehal Angel Sotto!
Sa mga nagpa-sched na po ay mangyaring paki-intay po lamang ang inyong schedule dahil iniisa isa na po ang mga kabilang sa A4 at tuluy-tuloy naman sa mga priority.
Maraming Salamat po DOH, Rhu Majayjay headed by our MHO Dr. Ivan Villareal!
We don’t mandate you but we encourage you to get vaccinated! #foryoursafety
#AlagangAriel,” Argañosa posted.
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