Covid-19 vaccine black market

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Dec3,2023 #Covid #vaccine
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Covid-19 vaccine black market 5

In the group chat, this person reminded his friends `when getting vaccinated, you must wear a long-sleeved shirt to cover the alcohol swab afterward` and `are not allowed to reveal anything to others.`

The problem is that the Philippines has not yet mass approved any vaccines, at least until February. Importing unapproved pharmaceuticals is illegal.

At the end of December, Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said that President Rodrigo Duterte’s bodyguard had been injected with a smuggled vaccine that had not been licensed by the government.

Previously, Pfizer pledged to cooperate with the Philippine government to provide Covid-19 vaccine doses.

`This is a free recipe for disaster,` said Ronald Mendoza, dean of the School of Government, Ateneo de Manila University.

Experts research nCoV samples at a laboratory in Tianjin, China.

A Filipino businessman said he was approached by colleagues in the casino industry and offered to buy the Sinopharm vaccine for their employees.

A spokesman for the Philippine Customs Department declined to comment on the above situation.

The Philippines, the country with the longest lockdown in the region, has recorded more than half a million nCoV infections and nearly 10,000 deaths.

Jesus Durante, head of Duterte’s bodyguard group, said the vaccine they used was safe, affirming that they had `done the necessary research`.

In local media, Interior Secretary Eduardo Año said at least one cabinet member had been vaccinated.

`They did something that was unofficial and out of control and assumed it was safe,` he said.

Alarmed by the situation of high-ranking figures using unapproved vaccines, the Philippine Department of Health and the Food and Drug Administration held a press conference on December 29, 2020.

Senator Risa Hontiveros urged China to investigate the smuggling of pharmaceuticals into the Philippines.

On January 11, the Philippine government said it had ordered 25 million doses of vaccine from Chinese pharmaceutical company Sinovac.

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