A man in Zamboanga City was injected with two brands of COVID-19 vaccine in one day, according to a report by Unang Balita on Thursday.
The man allegedly did not know the process at the vaccination site, so he was confused in the queue of the first and second doses.
The AstraZeneca man was allegedly stabbed first. He then handed his vaccination card to staff, causing him to be vaccinated again.
Sinovac is said to be the second brand injected into the man.
Although the man was stable and did not feel strange, he could not work at the Zamboanga City Health Office.
In May, the Department of Health and the Department of Science and Technology said they would study the possibility of mixing COVID-19 vaccine brands.
Owner finds missing cellphone online; suspect arrested
A 20-year-old woman recovered her missing cellphone when she saw it being low-priced being sold online.
In a report by Jonathan Andal on GMA News “Unang Balita” on Thursday, it was said that the suspect, Romwell Bayani, was arrested in an entrapment operation by the police in Sampaloc, Manila.
Story of the victim, she transacted with the suspect when she saw that the cellphone being sold looked like the cellphone he stole.
The victim’s instinct was that it was her missing cellphone when the suspect told some details about it. This includes the absence of the box, and the value is only P23,000, which is almost half of the original price.
So she reported the matter to the police, and the entrapment operation was launched.
Bayani explained that he did not know that the cellphone he was selling was stolen.
Authorities said Bayani was part of an organized group that stole gadgets and then sold them.
Through the IMEI number of the cellphone, it is confirmed that the cellphone being sold is the victim’s missing cellphone.
Authorities continue to search for the real cellphone thief, while Bayani will face charges of violating the Anti-Fencing Law.