Valak is Now “Vaccinated” Against COVID-19

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Do you remember Valak, the ghost nun?

Valak is the main antagonist in The Conjuring Universe who has been featured in the horror movies; The Conjuring, The Nun, and Annabelle. It is portrayed by Bonnie Aarons and Joseph Bishara.

Valak
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But who would have thought that Valak himself was afraid of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)?

Recently, a nurse in Cebu City caught the attention of netizens after he dressed as Valak and “vaccinated” against COVID-19.

Nikko Angelo Adal dressed as Valak or the ghost nun in The Conjuring Universe as he take a dose of the vaccine.

According to him, he did it to convey that the coronavirus is more frightening than a ghost.

But he stressed that what he did was only a reenactment/gimmick. Adal noted that he’s already fully vaccinated since he’s a nurse at the same time a vaccinator.

He did the stint to encourage everyone to get vaccinated against the dreaded disease.

Meanwhile, the COVID-19 vaccination has rolled out across the country to combat the rapid increase of coronavirus disease.

The COVID-19 vaccination program in the Philippines is an ongoing mass immunization campaign against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), in response to the ongoing pandemic in the country.

Among those who were on the priority list of the COVID-19 vaccination program are medical frontliners, persons with comorbidities, and senior citizens.

Pfizer, Sinovac, AstraZeneca, Sputnik V are some of the vaccines available in the country.

As of September 23, 2021, about 42,659,375 total vaccine doses have been administered throughout the country, with 19,376,832 being fully vaccinated.

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