Cesare Bazora, #SzczepimySię campaign ambassador, took a second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday. The vaccination took place at the national stadium. “I think it is a victory for all of us to get vaccinated,” the actor said.
– I’m sure today I’ll see my first win on the national stadium – the actor said before my second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine was taken. He also expressed his hope that everyone who cares about health and a return to normal life will follow in his footsteps.
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The paw was inoculated with a preparation from Pfizer and BioNTech. He told reporters that after the vaccination he took the first dose on April 6 at the National Stadium. – I got a call in the evening to see if I was ready, because there were two free doses – he said. He added, “And one of them was seized.”
He emphasized that if he had had the opportunity to get vaccinated by equipping another company, he would have taken the opportunity as well. In his opinion, recently fake news about vaccines is gaining more popularity than real information. – I do not think that other preparations will be less effective or that they will have any flaws, otherwise they will not be allowed – Values.
“I have no doubt that all vaccines that have been approved and approved should do the same,” he said. He also admitted that he saw no danger of receiving vaccinations because he was vaccinated since he was a child. He emphasized that he is also vaccinated against influenza every year.
Why is it worth being vaccinated? “To live”
Bazora also expressed confidence that the COVID-19 vaccine is one of the best ways to return to the normal state it was in before the pandemic.
When asked by journalists why he thought it was worth getting vaccinated, he answered without hesitation: “I live.” “To live in good health for as long as possible,” he said. – Because I have a cunning plan for life: despite everyone I want to live a long and healthy life, so I try to take care of my health and will do it deliberately – I admit.
As reported on Wednesday on government websites, 10,740169 vaccines against COVID-19 have been conducted in Poland so far. 27,468,824 people were completely vaccinated, that is, two doses of the preparations from Pfizer / BioNTech, Moderna and AstraZeneca, as well as the one dose vaccine from Johnson & Johnson. More than eight million Poles received the first dose.
He also announced, by May 10, every adult citizen will be able to receive an electronic referral and sign up for the COVID-19 vaccine.
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