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Daniel Padilla will not take Sinovac vaccine just yet, cites the importance of more info

Padilla said he was skeptical of the vaccine and would want more information before deciding if he’d take it or not

Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo will not be giving their opinion on the COVID-19 vaccine issue that has garnered mixed reactions from Filipinos.

In a recent online press conference, TV5’s MJ Marfori asked the couple what their stance was on the matter and if they were going to get inoculated with China’s Sinovac vaccine.

Padilla said he was skeptical of the vaccine and would want more information before deciding if he’d take it or not.

“It’s a good question, pero masyadong mainit at baka mapaso tayo d’yan, ‘di ba? So maghihintay pa tayo ng ibang mga detalye about sa vaccine kasi hanggan ngayon naman hindi pa nafa-finalize kung anong mangyayari,” the actor said.

“So ‘wag muna tayong magsalita hangga’t hindi pa na-finalize ang mga bagay at baka mapaso tayo sa niluluto natin,” he added.

KathNiel also hoped that their new teleserye premiering on ABS-CBN will continue as their fans are eager to watch them together on screen once again.

“As a love team, gusto naming matuloy na rin ‘yung project na niluluto para sa amin. Sana within the year magawa natin ‘yon dahil marami na ring nag-aabang, marami na ring naghihintay. Kami rin siyempre kasi ‘yung istoryang binigay sa amin ay nakaka-excite na rin gawin,” Padilla said.

Meanwhile, other celebrities like Joey de Leon see no problem with taking the China vaccine as long as the FDA approves it.


Over 10,000 Filipinos have already succumbed to the disease.

Written by JO-EST B. TAN

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