Filipinos are ever-forward looking. Despite being caught up in the Covid- 19 pandemic, they continue to look forward to a normal life—being able to hug friends and family once more, going back to school and the office, traveling anywhere, celebrating holidays and milestones, and just being able to go out whenever one wants to, whether it’s to have coffee with friends, watch a movie, or have a nice massage.
No matter how long
and difficult the past months have been, Filipinos have never allowed
themselves to be defeated by all these. This is why a growing list of
celebrities and influencers have chosen to be proactive about their health by
being vaccinated against Covid-19, and are now sharing their stories.
celebrities, winning the battle against Covid-19 calls for smart choices, and
that includes getting vaccinated.
Vaccinations are the best weapon we have against Covid-19, complemented
by safe practices such as social distancing, the use of masks, and hygienic
practices. They help protect against severe Covid disease and so helps prevent
hospitalizations and death. According to the World Health Organization, Vaccination
is safe and any licensed vaccine is rigorously tested across multiple phases of
trials before it is approved for use, and regularly reassessed once it is
introduced to the public.
actress Dimples Romana recalled how heartbroken she was when her son, Alonzo,
asked why he couldn’t punch the virus so he can see his classmates. She
explained that “today, fighting means staying home, praying, following safety
rules, and getting vaccinated.” Dimples offers this explanation on why the need
for vaccine: “Just think of it this way, kung sa common ubo nga, sipon at sakit
ng ulo, we take Tuseran Forte di ba? Ibang-iba naman kapag nagka-COVID ka,
ibang kalaban eh! …Ang bilis makahawa at di nakikita!... Get vaccinated
Posting a photo of
herself getting vaccinated along with the Olympics-bound delegates, sports
journalist Gretchen Ho wrote “kahit may
pandemya, pursigido tayo sa trabaho kaya dapat maging malakas at healthy. We
can all contribute to ending this pandemic by taking good care of ourselves and
prolonged pandemic has been challenging for everyone but a positive outlook can
make a difference. Motivational speaker and coach Lyqa Maravilla acknowledges
that “being stuck at home during the pandemic can leave us feeling helpless and
hopeless. One thing I keep asking myself is, what can I do? One thing is to get
vaccinated. Don’t just do it for yourself. Do it for your loved ones. Do it for
the health care workers. Do it for our country.”
Haidee also weighed in, reminding followers to “give it a shot, guys. Do it for
yourself and your loved ones. Any protection is better than nothing at all,” as
she showed off her own vaccination card.
A normal future is something that everyone looks forward to. Radio and TV host Show Suzuki posted about his dog Gonta greeting him with a smile after his vaccination. “He knows that he can look forward to more adventures again in the near future,” adding “your health should always be your top priority especially if you have people/dogs who rely on you.”
vaccinations, these influencers proactively manage their health, taking Tuseran
Forte to address common ailments.
Clinically proven to be effective against cough, colds, and headache,
Tuseran Forte has helped these influencers in ensuring they stay on top of
everything at hindi nagpapatalo sa sakit.
With the prolonged
pandemic, it might be difficult to imagine how the road to normalcy will look
like, but with vaccination, we can one day get back to our old lives. We can
again see our friends and family, party and celebrate as much as we want, and
travel to new places.
In these times of
uncertainty, we have to be proactive about our health. By getting vaccinated
and being prepared against common illnesses, we can power through health
obstacles and get on with our daily lives.
Ang Pilipino, ‘di papatalo sa sakit. Magpabakuna para
talunin ang COVID, mag-gamot sa ubo, sipon at headache sa tulong ng Tuseran