Viral Immune Boy Injected During Vaccination, Cisimeut Covid-19 Task Force: Not Baduy Tribe! – Social media is excited with the viral video of an elementary school student who seems unable to get an injection, said to be immune to sharp objects.

The viral video of an invulnerable boy being injected uploaded by the @alfajri221810 account said the incident happened to a child of the Outer Baduy tribe when he received a Covid-19 vaccination.

In the 27-second video, it appears that a child wearing an elementary school uniform is about to receive an injection. However, officers were unable to inject a needle into his arm, despite several attempts.

“Banten Provincial Health Office has difficulty in injecting vaccines to children from the Baduy tribe outside because many children are provided with immune knowledge by their parents,” wrote the account, Sunday (6/3/2022).

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Since being uploaded on March 5, 2022, the video has received 21,000 likes and 7,701 retweets.

However, the Kanekes Village Covid-19 Task Force, Cisimeut confirmed that the video was not from a Baduy tribal resident.

Chief Medical Officer of the Cisimeut Health Center, Leuwidamar District, Lebak Regency, Iton Rustandi, said that during the implementation of the Covid-19 vaccination, there were no such incidents.

We can say that the viral video about Baduy children who are immune to being vaccinated, based on a report from the vaccination team of the Cisimeut Health Center, where the Baduy tribe is part of their working area, stated that the video did not occur or occurred in our work area, especially in the Baduy tribe,” said Iton when contacted by, Sunday (6/3/2022).

“We can confirm that our team’s vaccination activities have never done or happened like that,” he added.

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Meanwhile, positive cases of Covid-19 in Baduy are relatively low. The area only reported its first case in mid-August 2021. At that time, two people were reported positive for Covid-19. Until now, there have been no additional reports of positive cases of the corona virus in Baduy.