Pres. Duterte accepts Russia's Covid-19 vaccine offer

Pres. Duterte accepts Russia's Covid-19 vaccine offer

 

Russia just got the Philippines approval for its COVID-19 vaccine.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte accepted the offer of Russia to supply the Philippines with its coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccines once mass production starts.


During the public address of the President in Davao city, he said he is “very happy” that Russia would provide COVID-19 vaccines free of charge


Maligayang-maligaya ako kasi ang Russia, kaibigan natin ito. Ang ano nila is magbigay sila ng bakuna. Wala naman silang sinasabi bayaran mo. Ito, tingin ko kay President [Vladimir] Putin, tulong niya sa atin, libre (I am very happy because Russia is our friend. They’re going to give free vaccines. They didn’t say anything about paying for it. I think this is President Putin’s way of helping us, by giving it for free),” he said.

Duterte said the Philippines will accept it and talk about how many the country will be needng..

It was Russian Ambassador to the Philippines Igor Khovaev last week announced that Russia has developed an "effective and safe" vaccine created by the Gameleya National Research Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology.

The Department of Foreign Affairs(DFA) has already conveyed its appreciation for Russia’s willingnees to help the Philippines in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

The offer has been referred to relevant agencies for proper assessment and evaluation, DFA said.

 

First Volunteer 


President Duterte even volunteered to be the first person to be ijected by the Russian made vaccine

Pagdating ng bakuna, in public, para walang satsat diyan magpa-injection ako. Ako yung maunang maeksperimentuhan. Okay para sa akin (When the vaccine arrives i will have the public witness my vaccination so people won’t say anything, I’ll agree to be injected. I’ll be the first to be experimented on. It’s fine with me),” he said.

Para ipakita ko sa kanila na tiwala ako at hindi sila nagkamali mag-offer ako pagdating, yung doctor nila o doctor natin, ako ang unang magpabakuna (To show them that I trust them and they didn’t make the mistake of offering us a vaccine, I will be the first to be injected with the vaccine),” he said.

If the vaccine can be administered to him, Duterte said it could most likely be administered to everyone.

Tingnan natin kung puwede ba. Kung puwede sa akin, puwede sa lahat. Ngayon, kung hindi puwede sa akin, ‘yan nga yung problema (Let’s see if it’s recommended for me. If it’s okay for me, it’s recommended for everybody. Now, if it’s not recommended, that’s the problem),” he said.

 

 

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