Giant Teenager Goes Viral After Health Worker Climbs Up Chair to Give Him His First Dose
A health worker had to climb up a chair just to give the first dose of a giant teenager with a height of six feet and eight inches.
Earlier, the Department of Health decided to go ahead of minors due to stabilized supply of vaccines. the government also aims to give minors extra protection against the coronavirus disease.
The Facebook page “SunStar ebu” has shared the photo of a health worker struggling to deliver the first dose of a giant teenager. The photo immediately spread like a wildfire online and elicits comments from netizens.
In the photo, it can be seen that the frontliner is having a hard time to give a 17-year-old teenager its first dose because of its height. The health worker used a mono-block chair and stand atop of it just to deliver the vaccine.
The viral photo has been taken during the vaccination session at Cotabato City Central Pilot School last November 12, 2021. 6’8’’ teenage boy belongs to age groups 12 years old to 17 years old.
The photo has a caption of:
“A 6’8” 17-year-old boy received his first dose of Covid-19 vaccine last November 12 at Cotabato City Central Pilot School.
The national government recently included the vaccination of pediatric age groups 12 to 17 years old to give them “extra layer of protection” against the virus.”
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