Mika Esperanza Pokes Fun at PAO Chief
Looks like Mika Esperenza also feels the same way as most doctors think.
A group of doctors earlier said that Public Attorney’s Office (PAO) Chief Persida Acosta’s unproven claim that Dengvaxia caused the death of several discouraged the public from getting any government’s vaccination program.
And with the current measles outbreak in parts of the Philippines, most members of the health sector are blaming the PAO Chief’s moves because it caused the people to fear vaccines.
The former De La Salle Lady Spiker and aspiring doctor Esparanza subtly lashes on the PAO Chief saying, “good morning except kay Persida Acosta.”
Good morning except kay Persida Acosta
— mikaesperanza (@mikaaa01) February 8, 2019
Health experts, lawmakers, and even the Department of Health have blamed the drop in the measles immunization rate to Acosta’s insistence on linking controversial dengue vaccine Dengvaxia to the deaths of several children in the past years. According to a recent data, vaccine confidence in the country dropped to 32 percent in 2018 from 93 percent in 2015.
Mura, sigaw, hinabol ng itak. Si Persida at ang pambababoy ng bakuna sa Pilipinas. pic.twitter.com/9muZu6J4UD
— Raquel Fortun (@Doc4Dead) February 9, 2019