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Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Insta Scoop: Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo Have Luna and Lucho Vaccinated, Express Respect for Parents Who Disagree with Their Decision




Images courtesy of Instagram: officialjuday

66 comments:

  1. Bakit nga nangingialam yung iba? Kung ayaw nyo sa anak nyo na lang, wag pakialaman ang desisyon nila.

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  2. Go go go! Dito nga sa US matagal na vaccinated mga bata, alamgan patayin ng US mga bata dito kung hindi safe ang vaccine

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    1. Hindi nman po lahat vaccinated. Choice parin talaga ng mga parents yan. Ang issue lang nman talaga dito eh Gano kasafe ang vaccine. At nasa parents na rin Kung ano gusto Nila. Anak nila yun so decision nila masusunod.

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    2. 1:04 kung hindi safe yang bakuna na yan patay na lahat ng nagpa bakuna . Nagpapaniwala kasi kayo sa mga anti vaxxer

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    3. 1:04 safe naman siguro, kasi kung hindi, more than 100 million na ang na-vaccine wala naman tayon nabalitaang half of it ay namatay di ba? Unless may complication, pero yun lang.

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  3. Sana lahat ng tao magpa vaccine na.

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    1. No way! Bakit ko papabakunahan ang anak eh twice na kami ngkacovid sa 1-2 days na lagnat lang kanila. Basta bata mabilis gumaling. Realtalk they dont need that experimental vax. May baby p ako nyan ha 2 days fever lang sya on and off and nglalaro pa.

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    2. 6:12 di wag kang magpabakuna! Walang me pake kung ayaw mo

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    3. 6:12 Hindi experimental yan. For sure mas magaling sayo ang mga gumawa nyang bakuna nayan dahil professional health expert sila. Gumugol ng taon para sa kaalaman nila. E ikaw ano lang ba alam mo? Basa basa sa internet ni hindi alam kung totoo ba o hindi! Dun parin ako sa mga nag aral kumpara sa katulad mo.

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    4. Nagssabi lng si 6:12 ng real experience ng family nya with covid even without the vaccine. She is not convincing or encouraging against the shot. To each his or her own choice lang yan. Respeto is now like an alien thing.

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    5. @6:12 twice din kame na covid, may baby din kame. Never call it MILD. It was never mild. We were given antibiotics to prevent possible pneumonia and was given ambroxol and despite of fever reducing medicine, hindi bumaba fever ng dalawang anak ko ng tinamaan sila. They were able to recover after a week. So hindi porket di nangyari sa iyo ang worst case scenario, hindi na siya mangyayari sa iyo ulit. Huwag mong hantayin maging worse. Because we had our first na assymptomatic kame. On your second time around this year lang, nag symptoms kame lahat..moderate yun dalawa kong anak na unvaccinated. So yeah, before your make a general statement na MILD siya just because of personal experience. Nope, it's NOT.

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  4. Buti pa si Juday, marunong mag appreciate..

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  5. diba 12 years old and above ang pwede lamang magpa vaccine?

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    1. 5-11 na ngayon

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    2. Meron na 5-11 yrs old. Waiting na lang din kami dito sa area namin ng schedule para mavaccine kids ko.

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    3. Huh? 5-11 na baks

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    4. Vaccination for 5 to 11 yrs old started yesterday.

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    5. 5 and up pwede na…

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    6. Start na kahapon anh vaccination for 5-11 yo kids

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    7. nope, above 5.

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    8. Go lang ng go pra safe ang buong pamilya safe yan hnd yan innigay sa mga kids kong hnd safe...iba ang vacine sa 5 to 11 yrs old kesa mga mttanda

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    9. Yes, yun anak ko naka first dose na. Ok naman, hindi siya nilagnat nor tumumba. Just pain on the injection area which is common for ANY vaccine. Just apply cold compressed to help alleviate the pain. :)

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  6. Agree to disagree. To each their own

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  7. Kung pina vaccinate mo naman na talaga anak mo since baby pa, i dont see any reason bakit ayaw mo ipa vaccinate sa covid vaccine.

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    1. sinovac/sinopharm is fine darling. Iba ang technology ng MRNA vaccines. Medyo invasive talaga and genetics ang approach. Hindi pa well-tested bagong bago pa lang and as much as maraming agree na doctors marami ring may concerns … nonetheless to each his own .. calculate the risks/benefits ratio … so far maganda naman ang data …

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    2. 12:50, shut up with your fake news.MRNA has been studied for more than twenty years already, especially during the SARS outbreak in 2002-2004. Gets mo.

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    3. Yung sinovac/sinopharm vacc same lang ng tech ng vaccine ng kids from birth like mga bcg, hep etc?

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    4. Madami kasi nagpapaniwala sa mga nagpapakalat ng false about vaccine. Ni hindi narealize yung mga naunang bakuna tulad ng measles, polio etc. kung hindi dahil sa mga gumawa ng bakuna na yan e baka lahat pilantod na dahil sa polio

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  8. A trial vaccination for kids? Its a nope for me.. for adults why not pero leave the children alone...

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    1. 12:31 she said she did what she did for her kids and you do what you do for yours. Daming kuda.

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    2. Kung ayaw mo sa anak mo, edi don’t. Di mo kailangan i-impose yung opinyon mo sa ibang tao.

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    3. Then respect Juday’s decision to vaccinate “her kids”. Your kids, your rules 😏

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    4. Three years into the pandemic, hindi na trial yan. Huli na nga ang Phils when it comes to children covid vaccination at iba po ang formulation ng 5 to 11 years of age. Pakiresearch at lawakan ang isipan. Limited magiging life nila kubg hindi sila vaccinated.

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    5. Si doc ong nag advise din na kung wala kang pang pa ospital mas ok pabakunahan ang bata. Iba ang dosage ng bata sa matanda. Pero kung ayaw nyo eh huwag.

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    6. 116am agree. Last year pa ang iba nag start magbakuna ng 5 to 11 years old. So far, ok nman. Kesa nman kagaya sa mga anak ko, twice ng nagkacovid. Jusko, mas nakakatakot. Ikaw nman 1231, rumespeto ka sa ibang tao. Hindi mo rin nman anak yan.

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    7. 12:31 madami na ring mga bata ba nagkaka-Covid, so choose na lang talaga what’s best for your family.

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    8. Eto na naman isang nagpapaniwala sa mga maling pag aakala. Wake up from your false beliefs.

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    9. March 2020 nagsara dahil sa Covid. Pano naging three years?

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    10. Cge anatayin mo ung 10yrs.. para masabi mong hindi trial version... tingin ko khit unabot pa ng 12 yrs ganyan pa din pananaw mo..

      Respect nga di ba.. so wag mo idamay lahat ng bata at magulang na tingin nmin good ang vaccine na protection and sa growth nila dahil iaallowed nmin sila mka psok sa school at maka labas

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    11. As our family’s decision, weighed in already the pros and cons before our kids got their first doses. By the way, yung cons namin are What Ifs; the pros are their freedom to get active and engage.
      So, try nyo research din like Juday and I did. All the best for our kids (kanya kanyang family decision, no judgement). <3

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    12. 12:31, shut up with your ignorance. They’ve already been approved by FDA which means the vaccines already passed scientific trials and are deemed safe and effective for children. OMG.

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    13. Hoy, na tapos na ang trial, kaya mag approved na. Gets mo.

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    14. 1:16 true! Tapos na nga ung ibang mga bata sa ibang bansa, booster na lang hinihintay nila. Kaloka feeling ng mga tao dito satin ung unang mababakunahan. Research din, guys.

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    15. Sa Scientific makinig hindi kay marites at conspiracy.lolzzzzz

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    16. Hindi siya trial @12:31. Yun mga na trial dyan is bayad sa ibang bansa ginawa yun trial for that. Etong binibigay sa mga young ones is based on the result of the trial. Yun antibodies kasi na dosage is iba sa bata vs sa matanda. So yun dosage ng para sa bata is mas mababa compared sa adults. And even yun sa susunod na 0-4years old by end of this year is lower dose. Sa mga toddlers to infants naman will be three doses naman na mas mababa naman sa mga naibigay sa age group ng 5-11 years. These vaccines already went to clinical trial bago gamitin sa public. Huwag mo itulad sa devangxia kasi yun wala talagang clinical trial. We are in the middle of world wide pandemic, the ratio of adverse effect sa vaccinated individuals is very low. Those who DIE because of that DID NOT DISCLOSE their health status before bakunahan kaya matitindi adverse effect.

      We lived in the same world with these children. We share the same air that we breathe. Wag kang madamot sa bata ipagkait yun karapatan nila maging malaya gaya mo. Constitutional right din nila maranasan ang benefits na nararanasan natin matatanda.


      And PLEASE LANG, STOP THE PARENT SHAMING.

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  9. Bakit mas marunong pa yung iba dito kaysa sa family doctor nila?

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    1. Kaloka nga mas madaming pang mas magaling sa mga doctor.

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  10. anak naman nila yan. sila rin gagastos if magkasakit, bakit nangingialam yung iba? kayo ba gagastos??? kayo ba mahahawa?

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  11. ganito na lang…ayaw ninyo ng vax, ok. pero pag nagka covid, bahala kayo sa buhay ninyo. don’t go to the hospital. ang dami nang namatay na frontliners from treating the sickened unvaxxed.

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  12. People who can't respect other people's decision especially if it's not the same as theirs are lowkey evil so good job Juday and Ryan.

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    1. Agree baks! Parang kailangan kampi kampi ang level. Damay damay. Pero tignan mo in the end magpapabakuna din yan mga yan. Ganyan ugali ng pinoy, hantayin muna tapos in the end magkukumahog magpa bakuna kung kelan narealize nila na wala naman ganap talaga.

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  13. As much as we want to vaccinate our pamangkin, di nalang namin tinuloy since mahina talaga baga niya and sakitin kaya di na kami nagpaconsult sa doctor niya kahit bet pa namin sya ipavaccine for protection. Nakakatakot baka magka side effect sakanya. Discretion talaga ng family/parents yan.

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  14. Very down to earth talga si Juday. If you saw her IG stories about vaxx ng kids nya grabe super appreciative nya at hindi entitled.

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  15. Friend ng anak ko got covid pero asymptomatic. The parents think it's with the help of his first shot kaya wala effect ang virus sa bata kahit positive pa sya. With this kind of testimony, worth sharing na we're happy our little ones got their first doses. Of course, to each his own. <3

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  16. As a parent, this is what frustrates me the most -- UNSOLICITED ADVICE. If I didn't ask for it, better Shut the F up. Majority of parents want the best for their children. Wag kang magmarunong. Kung ayaw mo ipavaccinate anak mo, edi wag. Pero wag mong kontrahin yung mga may gusto!

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  17. i hope vaccines will be soon available to other regions too. Been waiting for my kids to have it as well.

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    1. Instead of vaccines, GAMOT na lang sana ang available na. Yang bakuna na minadaling gawin napakonti ng naitutulong, nagkaka-covid parin tayo tapos may discrimination pa at pilitan pa na nangyayari... GAMOT NA LANG PLEASE LORD.

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    2. 2:54 kahit vaccinated ka pwede ka pa ring magka covid, it just lessens your chance to have severe symptoms.

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  18. “Generally speaking, it is not appropriate to make people feel they have to be vaccinated,” she said. “Nor should people face discrimination based on whether or not they have been vaccinated.”
    - Noriko Horiuchi, Japan's state minister in charge of promoting vaccinations

    I completely agree on this. I'm all for vaccination. But what I don't like is people imposing it to others.

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  19. It's because contagious ang covid, kung walang hawaan keber ko sa ibang tao na ayaw magpavaccine. May exceptions naman sa hindi pedeng bakunahan pero yung ayaw lang talaga unfair yon sa mga nagiingat magkacovid.

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  20. I am a parent of three kids. Ages 12, 10 and 18months. My eldest had hers last Nov 2021, while my second had his Feb 7. (Unang batch ng bata yun second child ko for the age group of 5-11 years old), like other parents out there I also fear for the possible side effects it may occur with my children as every child reacts differently. But I choose to have them vaccinated then. For the following reasons :

    1. Covid is not MILD so please sa mga parents na nagsasabi MILD lang yun sa bata kahit na experience niyo pa, it was never MILD. We had covid twice. The second time was last January and I have seen the difference between my VACCINATED CHILD vs UNVACCINATED CHILD. My vaccinated child, walang fever, walang sipon, never tumumba. She had cough but it only lasted for 1 day. Nakakapasok pa sya sa school. Yun ubo nya macocompare ko sa "allergic dry cough". No problem on breathing and all. Yun UNVACCINATED kong mga anak ang talagang tumumba. 40 degrees yun fever regardles na meron iniinom na fever reducing medicines, I have to make sure na bumababa lagnat nila kasi combulsion ang katapat nito kapag di naagapan. They had fever for two straight days. Ang pinaka baba lang nila is 38 degrees which is still considered as high fever. I have seen my two unvaccinated kids na nag chichills, nag kokombulsyon at ungol ng ungol. IT WAS NEVER MILD. They develop cough and colds on the third day. But was able to recover within a week.

    2. Aside from giving them nutritious food, diet and all, VACCINES in any FORM kahit di pa yan COVID will give them EXTRA ADDED protection and EXTRA PEACE OF MIND for our family. No explanation needed.

    Lastly, I want to protect those who choose not to be vaccinated. Mindfulness of others sa panahon ng pandemic.

    I AM WITH YOU HERE JUDY ANN AND RYAN!

    Good Jab to your kids.

    And for those who are still contemplating to have their kids vaccinated, it is your right to decline. But it is also our right to MOVE FORWARD for all our children. Hindi niyo rin kame pwede i-hold back yun mga gusto magpabakuna just because ayaw ninyo. Hindi pw

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  21. Unvaccinated people shouldn't judge people or call them out if they have or had their children vaccinated regardless kung ano pa dahilan nila. And same goes for those who are vaccinated individuals. Never judge each other based on personal choice. Ang Pinoy talaga hilig makialam. Keep your thoughts to yourselves. Basta ang importante you choose what you think is best for your family and for everyone around you. Let's stop this parent shaming sa society. Nakakahiya kayo.

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  22. My 5 years old sister in Australia got her vaccine alrdy. So far no side effect. Maldita pa din haha. Can't see the reason why parents are so afraid. Vaccine won't kill you but Covid can. Oh well respect na lang sa decision ng bawat isa.

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