A young man who was scared of needles to get the first dose of the Covit-19 vaccine screamed in frustration at the viral video. The trial is set to begin on Wednesday (28) in Chihuahua, Mexico.
The protagonist of the video and his friend were in line for vaccination, inside several playgrounds in Mexico City. Through the pictures that the girl recorded as Luna Savira, you can notice the boy’s tense look as he approaches his turn for the application.
Previously, the author of the video had been vaccinated and did not even show signs of pain or anxiety. Then the health worker approaches only one of the slanderers and a roar erupts across the court, with dozens of people lined up.
Despite the screams, she moved as the applicant continued to try to get vaccinated, she could not resist and laughed. Then she takes the needle and uses the vaccine. Also, just as Mexico won the Olympic gold medal, those on the court celebrate the deed of the young man who overcame the difficulties.
“It doesn’t hurt,” he said after the fear passed.
According to the government of Chihuahua, the city ranks second in the number of coveted cases, with 21,524 recent confirmations of the same name, behind Juarez (33,399).
To control the progression of the disease, adults between the ages of 20 and 25 began vaccinating this week.
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