Because of the high number of vaccines that people share on television, some people are now afraid to get vaccinated. Many people have taken them to the TV to inform others about the effects of the vaccine. It has been said that human bodies react differently to vaccinations, which is why some people have some side effects while others are better. However, the government has confirmed that no one has died as a result of the vaccine.
Well-known actress Millicent Makhado, best known for her character Agnes in Muvhango, shared her story on Twitter, asking people to join her when she wants to do what she never thought she could do.
Millicent was diagnosed with the Corona virus 43 days after she started school. Fortunately, he recovered. Because of the conspiracy theories shared on social media, he was afraid to get vaccinated, but now that the government seems to be forcing people to get vaccinated, he decided to make his first jab yesterday.
Because of all the things people always say they experience, they can't stand it. She is scared of what will happen to her when she takes her first jab. He took her to a social network to ask people to pray for her as she feared for her life. Morning everyone, I want your prayers. "I was diagnosed with COVID 43 days ago. Today I went to get the COVID vaccine," she tweeted.
Many people sympathize with him and wish him well. See people's comments below:
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