“There is no law that prohibits vaccination against the coronavirus”

Santo Domingo.- Bachatero Frank Reyes exploded before the criticism he has received on social networks after applying the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine despite not being in the first chain of contact, nor being over 60 years old.

In statements to Caribbean, regretted that in the country certain characters do “shows” in search of views, where there are “many important things” in which to comment. He regretted that when he does a philanthropic work no one echoes it.

He angrily stated that there is no law in the country that prohibits people from getting vaccinated against the coronavirus.

“There is no law that prohibits it, that is nonsense because there is no law that prohibits you from going to a vaccination center to get vaccinated,” he said.

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Message to Irving Alberti

“The prince of bachata” was direct and said that the comedian Irvin Alberti, who was one of the first to react, is nobody to criticize him.

“He is no one to criticize me, he is not the one to criticize that I have had a vaccine, that he should not get it if he does not want to, he does not have to criticize me,” said Frank Reyes.

Create awareness

The owner of hits such as “Tú eres alien”, “Who are you” and “Clowns” said that the idea of ​​sharing the video getting vaccinated was to create awareness in the population that is afraid to get vaccinated.

“That plus I did it so that our country realizes that in truth that is nothing,” he stressed.

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