It was Ogie who shared an Instagram photo last Saturday, April 17, of him and Asia's Songbird giving a thumbs up as they had their shots administered to them.
"Kaming mag asawa ay may [comorbidities] kaya nakakuha po kami sa [Quezon City local government] ng slot at kami ay mabakunahan niya," the singer-comedian wrote.
He concluded his post by urging people from Quezon City to get vaccinated by directing them to download the app that gives them the ability to register for a scheduled vaccination.
[Thank you], QC gov't. God bless us all," he said.
Ogie did not say the specific vaccine he and Regine received. However, it has been reported that Quezon City had already given at least 100,000 doses of Sinovac's CoronaVac and AstraZeneca's vaccine since Friday, April 16.
Currently, the Philippine government is vaccinating people that fall under the A1 to A3 categories, which covers medical frontliners, senior citizens, and people with comorbidities.
People who fall under the A4 category, which includes commuter transport workers, religious leaders, overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), and market vendors among others, are expected to get vaccination priority by May.
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