Who Would You Choose?

@jobelbojel (23161)
Philippines
April 2, 2021 6:10am CST
There have been discussions about this topic in the recently concluded Miss Grand International 2020 held in Thailand. The final question was about one dose of COVID-19 vaccine left. Who would you give it to? To a 15-year old or to a senior citizen of 70 years old? The USA and Guatemala will give it to the 15-year old because he is the future. He can set good example to this world. The Philippines will give it to the senior citizen, because the 15-year old had the stamina but the older person is vulnerable to the virus. Who would you choose?
Miss Grand USA VS. Miss Grand Philippines Final Question and Answer Portion in Miss Grand International.Abena Akuaba VS. Samantha Bernardo
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@marguicha (170852)
• Chile
2 Apr
We seniors have already lived our lives. And we have survived to many problems. But the 15 year old needs a life with no possible side effects of covid. And you never know. I would protect the young.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Yes, exactly. I have the same answer. Of course, I love the senior but if I give the last dose to a 15-year old teen, he or she will go a long way.
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@marguicha (170852)
• Chile
8 Apr
@jobelbojel I know how terrible it is for a child to die.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
@marguicha I know.
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@gamayngbaki (1130)
• Cebu, Philippines
2 Apr
I would give the last dose of COVID vaccine to the senior citizen because the 15 year old kid is more capable of surviving COVID infection.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
2 Apr
That is a good point. Same answer with Miss Philippines.
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@rakski (87828)
• Philippines
2 Apr
I am assuming that the 15 year okd kid is healthy, I will give it to the senior citizen
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Thank you for sharing. I appreciate it.
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@rakski (87828)
• Philippines
8 Apr
@jobelbojel welcome
@LadyDuck (334448)
• Switzerland
2 Apr
I would give to the senior, the young would survive even if she gets sick.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Thank you for sharing.
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@myklj999 (56312)
• Olney, Illinois
2 Apr
I'd choose the 70 year old. Odds favor the 15 year old surviving it without being vaccinated. .
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
2 Apr
That is a good answer.
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@Rashnag (9546)
• Thane, India
3 Apr
It's a tough one. I can't choose. You should have mentioned your view too. Take care
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Oh yes, I should mention it. I would give it to the 15-year teen. The senior already experienced the life but the teen is just starting to understand and learn about it.
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@Rashnag (9546)
• Thane, India
8 Apr
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
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@Shiva49 (19963)
• Singapore
3 Apr
Priority is given to the seniors because they are more vulnerable while the young hardly get a severe infection. So I go with the Philippines contestant.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
I like her answer. But my view is that USA and Guatemala were right, the young one deserves the last dose. Seniors can stay indoors and the kid can have the vaccine. He will go along way.
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@Shiva49 (19963)
• Singapore
8 Apr
@jobelbojel That is another way to look at the issue.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
@Shiva49 yes, that is true.
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@m_audrey6788 (38788)
• Germany
2 Apr
I will give it to the senior citizen too because young people have stronger immune system than old people
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Good to know. Thank you for sharing.
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• Germany
8 Apr
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
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@thelme55 (66997)
• Germany
2 Apr
I would give it to the senior citizen because I think the 15 years old has probably a strong immune system that the senior one.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this topic.
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@thelme55 (66997)
• Germany
9 Apr
@jobelbojel You're welcome. Have a nice weekend.
@sharonelton (3280)
• Lichfield, England
2 Apr
I don't know.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
That is okay dear.
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• Lichfield, England
9 Apr
@CarolDM (127036)
• United States
2 Apr
I agree with giving the vaccine to the senior citizen. No doubt.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Tha nk you for sharing your comment here.
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@allen0187 (46187)
• Philippines
2 Apr
The senior citizen gets the vaccine for me. The 15 year old still has the health capacity against the virus. The same cannot be said about the senior.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Thank you for sharing.
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@MALUSE (65198)
• Germany
2 Apr
I find this an extremely silly question. A general answer is of no great value. One should know more details about the individual people. Which of the two is healthier / has had prior diseases / has the best chance of surviving without the vaccine?
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Regardless of the health condition, who would you give it to? I would give it to the 15-year old.
@Shavkat (109793)
• Philippines
3 Apr
We were robbed. That's all!
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
We are not. That is my opinion.
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@Shavkat (109793)
• Philippines
8 Apr
@jobelbojel I respect that. it is also my personal opinion.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
@Shavkat Sure. I respect that as well.
@RebeccasFarm (26838)
• Denver, Colorado
3 Apr
I would be like Carmela answer
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Thank you dear friend.
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@LindaOHio (62719)
• United States
3 Apr
I would give it to the 70-year-old because he/she has a greater risk of dying from the virus. The 15-year-old has a better chance of survival.
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Thank you, Linda for sharing.
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• Philippines
3 Apr
Would give it to the senior citizen as the kid has the tendency to have a stronger immune system
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@jobelbojel (23161)
• Philippines
8 Apr
Thank you for answering my friend.
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