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Cebuano Vaccination Site for Minors Features Genshin Impact Posters

06:53 PM November 10, 2021

A COVID-19 vaccination site in Cebu City went viral as they used Genshin Impact posters to encourage minors to get vaccinated.

The Cebuano vaccination site is located at Southwestern University PHINMA’s Coliseum Campus and features Kaeya Alberich, a character from the popular gacha game Genshin Impact.

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May be an image of one or more people, people standing and text that says 'SWU/PHINMA SWU PHINMA PATAKUDAYAWPAKUD WELCOME EENAGERS! VACCINATI The Cebu City government kicks off the vaccination of minors ages 12-17 years old today only at Southwestern University PHINMA Coliseum Campus.'

Via Southwestern University PHINMA

Yeona Ellice Soleng, a 14-year old 9th grader, was responsible for taking the pictures and tweeting about the posters which in turn caused it to go viral on the internet.

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“My dad made an inquiry and he found out that the vaccination site for teenagers is at Southwestern University – PHINMA. So, he brought me and my sister there for our first jab of the vaccine,” Soleng stated. “I was both excited and surprised when I saw [Kaeya] and thought “Why would he be there at a vaccination site?” lol I didn’t expect to see [Kaeya] at a vaccination site for teenagers.

Soleng’s tweet boasted 2,394 Retweets, 1,244 Quote Tweets, and 13.1K Likes as of this article’s writing.

The COVID-19 vaccination site at Southwestern University – PHINMA caters to the vaccination of minors ages 12-17 years old with the help of the Cebu City government.

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