Man Allegedly Got Injected with Vaccine Twice in Just 1 Day in Zamboanga
ZAMBOANGA CITY – A man allegedly got injected twice with the vaccine for coronavirus disease (COVID-19) due to confusion.
Due to the miscommunication, a citizen of the city was allegedly injected with two COVID-19 vaccines, according to the City Health Office. The 42-year-old man received two doses of different kinds in less than a minute, according to Zamboanga CHO.
The event occurred in Sitio Susuna in Barangay La Paz, according to Dulce Amor Miravite, CHO chief, who said the mother of the laborer asked if it was safe to get two dosages in one day. The man showed his immunization card, which indicated that he had had AstraZeneca and Sinovac vaccines, both dated November 16.
He claimed he was inoculated on his right arm initially. He said he got another shot on his left arm when he was in the viewing area. He claimed that the vaccinator noted that he had received his second dose on his vaccination card.
The man displayed both of his arms, which were covered in adhesive bandages, to demonstrate that he had been vaccinated twice. The individual stated that he was unfamiliar with the immunization process and was perplexed by the line for the first and second pricks.
The man did not feel unusual, according to the Zamboanga CHO, but he was not permitted to go to work for examination. Miravite stated that they are gathering information and that it is possible that the second dose was given owing to a misunderstanding because the first and second dose rollout locations were separated.
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