By JULMUNIR I. JANNARAL
The administrator and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Southern Philippines Development Authority (SPDA) based in this city reposted
China’s guidelines for Sinovac vaccination in his capacity as responsible citizen and not as a government official.
Abdulghani “Gerry” Salapuddin apparently is not talking as SPDA administrator/CEO but as responsible citizen considering that the health protocols are not within the mandates of his agency.
Salapuddin is so worried that the government is not transparent with the general public as far as the clear guidelines of COVID-19 vaccines are concerned.
“We should worry why our own government is not issuing these to the general public,” Salapuddin said.
He said in fact there is a stern warning reminding all netizens to consider the guidelines set by Beijing’s Vaccine Prevention Center before taking any vaccine, whether for your own sake or for your family’s.
But Salapuddin mentioned that there is a gentle reminder from Hong Kong Specialist: Those who suffer stroke is not advisable to take the vaccine.
In the same manner he said, Beijing City Vaccine Prevention Center list down the requirements for vaccination:
1. Those with malignant tumor are not fit to inoculate/vaccinate.
2. Those people taking maintenance pills for High Blood Pressure, Diabetes are not fit to vaccinate.
3. Those qualify for mental health like Depression is not suitable to vaccinate.
4. Those with hereditary diseases like Albinism are not suitable to vaccinate.
5. Those with unstable Cardiovascular diseases are not suitable to inoculate.
6. Those underwent operation such as Coronary Bypass are not fit to vaccinate.
7. Those who are recovering from major surgery are not fit to inoculate.
8. Those who used Blood products and immunosupressive within the last three months are not suitable to vaccinate.
9. Those taking Euthyrox are not suitable to inoculate.
10. Pregnant women in their first to second trimester are not fit to vaccinate.
11. Those taking long term immunosuppressive drugs are not fit to vaccinate.
12. Those suffer from Moderate to severe anemic should not be inoculated.
13. Those taking antiviral and antibiotics drugs within three months time can be vaccinated after one to two weeks once the drugs stop, and no symptoms persist.
14. Those with Hepatitis B and Helicobacter Putlori can’t be vaccinated.
15. Those people with stable high blood pressure of 140/90 below can be vaccinated.
16. Those with root origin from Flu prevention are prohibited to inoculate.
17. Those people vaccinated with Flu virus can be inoculated after quarantine of 9-14 days.
In view of these reminders, the people of Mindanao to include Davao City and the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) are now worried especially that there are vaccines that are proven to have adverse effects although the primordial concerns of the government ordered these vaccines from abroad due to their quality and efficacy as a form of antigen and a cure for those inoculated to have an immunity to fight the dreaded Coronavirus.
In a related news report, one should read also a related news story regarding the adverse effects of the COVID-19 vaccines, which reads: “COVID-19 vaccine alleged adverse effect claims the life of the first Muslim victim, a Tausug from Sulu.”
This is in the case of Dr. Amy Malbun, a retired Sulu division of schools superintendent of the Department of Education (DepEd) of the defunct Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM).
Accordingly the COVID-19 vaccine inoculated on her was suspected to have adverse effects and claimed her life.
Instead the vaccines are presumed to have antigen and perceived to be a cure and can boost the immune systems of the persons who got the vaccine jabs, but proved to be the other way around for it has became the cause of an accident that entails the curtailment of one’s life.
Thus, relatives and friends of Dr. Malbun suspected the vaccine inoculated on her 5 days earlier could have adverse effects on her body system.
The said former DepEd-ARMM official succumbed to COVID-19 vaccine after she got inoculated and died at a hospital in Manila 5 days after on last Sunday, May 2.
Dr. Benj Bangahan, a former faculty member of the College of Medicine of the University of Santos Tomas (UST) and used to be a Medical Columnist of the Philippine Muslim Today also explained his medical opinion in his Facebook timeline.
According to Dr. Bangahan “there is wisdom in accurately knowing bodily clinical status that may prove to be a contraindication to vaccination.”
“Not all medical treatment or vaccination are be-all and one-all therapeutic regimen, even if previously proven effective and safe to others,” he emphasized.
“The dictum is, no two patients are the same, hence it must be kept in mind that each one is different from another in the determination of do’s and dont’s,” Dr. Bangahan further said. JIJ