An 8-year-old girl in the United States was hit by a stranger on her phone: Ask how to get vaccinated
January 26th – Sophia Garcia, an 8-year-old girl in the United States, receives daily calls from strangers seeking a coronavirus vaccine, which is very disturbing by Sophia and her family.
According to the British Metro newspaper on the 25th, Sophia and her family live in Sullivan, Missouri.
After online investigation, they found that Sophia’s phone number was one digit lower than that of the Arizona Department of Health.
They lived in Arizona a few years ago and moved to retain their old numbers.
Sophia’s mother said: “On January 14, Sophia’s phone rang all night, and what was even more unexpected was that the phone would come 24 hours a day.” Sophia and her family initially found it funny, but the joke began to become dull after they were interrupted by constant phone calls and voicemail reminders.
They had to listen to painful voicemails from people asking for vaccines.
A 75-year-old woman called and pleaded, “I tried to log in to your website, but I couldn’t get in. Please help me.
However, Sophia and her family have come up with a solution, that is, to record a voice message to guide those in need: “Hey, you have already answered Sophia’s call.
If you are looking for a coronavirus vaccination, their number is 602…”