2 Men Stabbed Each Other Over Commotion Due to COVID-19 Vaccine

2 Men Heated Commotion Due to COVID-19 Vaccine Lead to Stabbing

Two (2) men are now being treated in hospital after earning stab wounds when stabbed each other over commotion due to the COVID-19 vaccine.

After a reported argument concerning the COVID vaccine early this morning in Libacao, Aklan, the comparator’s drink ended up in the hospital. Danilo Padohinog, 55, and John Rano, an adult, were identified as residents of Sibalew, Libacao, in the aforementioned province.

COVID-19 Vaccine Commotion

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The event occurred about 3:00 a.m. in the said neighborhood, according to the Libacao Municipal Police Station’s report. Exiting the investigation, the two began partying on Thursday night, and by the morning, they were both inebriated.

According to reports, the debate over coronavirus disease (COVID-19) immunization was settled, and one of them was opposed to it. Padohinog was stabbed in the left and right arms by Rano initially.

Padohinog, on the other hand, did not dispute that despite having this wound, he went insane and had Rano slashed all over his body. The two’s family sought assistance from the police and took them to the hospital for treatment. Both of them are being treated in the hospital. The incident is still being investigated by authorities.

The Philippine government is already distributing free COVID-19 vaccines to the Filipino people. The vaccine could boost the immune system and help the body to fight diseases especially the coronavirus disease.

Meanwhile, San Pedro Police Station arrest a 24-year-old man during an entrapment operation. A police asset pretends as a buyer of fake vaccination card at Bolton St., Barangay 34-A.

The cops were also able to trace the location wherein the fake card were produced. The police arrested the suspect after accepting the P300 marked money in exchange of fake COVID-19 vaccine card.

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