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Sharon Cuneta now fully vaccinated vs COVID-19

Music icon Sharon Cuneta received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine last May, just less than a week after she flew to Los Angeles.

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Pau Benoza

Twitter: @Push_Alerts

FRESH SCOOPS

06/17/2021 08:32 AM
Sharon Cuneta now fully vaccinated vs COVID-19
Photo credit: @reallysharoncuneta Instagram

Music icon Sharon Cuneta is now fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.

On her Instagram page Wednesday, June 16, Sharon shared a video of herself receiving her second jab of the COVID-19 vaccine.

"Fully vaccinated!" she wrote in the caption.


"Got my 2nd Moderna vaccine jab! Thank You Lord!" she added.

Sharon, 55, received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine last May, just less than a week after she flew to Los Angeles without her family, saying she needed to "breathe" and "collect" herself.

Later on, she revealed that she went to the United States to make herself "productive" after getting depressed over a missed opportunity to star in a movie produced by American director Steven Spielberg and headlined by Filipino-American comedian Jo Koy because of a "false positive" COVID-19 test result.

READ: Sharon Cuneta reveals heartbreak over missed opportunity to star in a Steven Spielberg movie

Meanwhile, aside from Sharon, other celebrities who are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19 include musician couple Ogie Alcasid and Regine Velasquez, Jolina Magdangal, and Alice Dixson.

As of Saturday, June 12, the Philippine government has received over 12 million doses of vaccines from Sinovac, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, and Russia's Gamaleya Institute. Since the start of the vaccination drive last March, nearly 7 million doses have been administered.

The country on Wednesday, June 16, recorded 5,414 additional COVID-19 cases, bringing the overall tally to 1,332,832—with deaths at 23,121—one of the highest caseloads in Asia.