North Tigers are vaccinated against Kovid-19

NEW YORK (AP) – The North Tigers have an ace up their sleeves to vaccinate against coronoviruses, and now they invite their fans to follow suit.

“With great enthusiasm we decided to receive the Kovid-19 vaccine for the health and well being of ourselves and our family and we hope that all our fans will join us,” the band said in a statement.

“The faster we get all vaccinations, the sooner our loved ones get better protection, and we can start coming together again to celebrate our music, our culture and more,” he said.

The prestigious Norteño marching band also documented its vaccination in a public service announcement released in recent times in which it was spoken in a combination of English and Spanish, with subtitles available in both languages.

“Truly I have hardly felt, I have hardly felt anything. I felt happy, ”says economist Jorge Hernández after receiving the vaccine in the vaccine and video.

“We have to make sure that we are okay, that we have the opportunity to be safe.”

Bassist and singer Hernan Hernández said, “I can tell the countrymen that injecting countrymen is very important and should not be afraid, because the healthier you are, the healthier you will feel.”

The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) is a part of the InformaGente Web, a Los Angeles-produced advertisement combining United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts with the Ready California Program series and seen on YouTube Can.

Los Cogres del Norte said in its letter, “This Kovid crisis has soon eluded many of our loved ones and kept us separated from the rest of our families for a long time.”

“Fortunately, there is a very clear path for us to move towards a better tomorrow.”


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