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Tacloban LGU fully-vaccinates more than 70,000 individuals

Tacloban LGU fully-vaccinates more than 70,000 individuals

As of October 13, 2021, Tacloban City has recorded a total of 70,800 people receiving full vaccinations as a result of the city's efforts to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 disease. PHOTO: Jojit Ballesteros, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

TACLOBAN CITY —  The Tacloban City LGU reports that after a week of rollout, they have already logged 4,677 additional inoculated individuals, bringing the total number of those fully vaccinated through the city's vaccination efforts to 70,800.

The data from the City Information Office shows that the figure includes individuals who were vaccinated with the single-dose Janssen jab, which totaled 10,902. To present, around 72,885 people have received their first doses, with 59,898 already received the needed two doses.

#COVID19Update: After a week of #resbakuna rollout, Tacloban City logs 4,677 additional inoculated individuals, bringing...

Posted by Tacloban City Information Office on Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Meanwhile, the vaccination effort is still going strong midway through the week, with 1,364 Taclobanons scheduled to receive their second dose of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine on October 13, 2021, at Robinsons North Abucay.

Furthermore, 206 residents are scheduled to receive their second Sinovac dose on the same day.

Also on October 13, 2021, over 200 workers, largely pedicab drivers, make their way to CEO Gym to finally get their vaccination shot from the city's mobile vaccination team.

After receiving their first dosage of Sinovac shot on September 15, said recipients received their second dose on Wednesday, October 13.

Following the inoculation, the pedicab drivers were given 5-kilo rice, which was made possible by the LGU under Mayor Alfred Romualdez, and Hiraya Foundation, through President Raymund Romualdez who personally led the distribution along with the partner-NGO Rise Against Hunger Philippines (RAHP).

According to Tacloban-CIO, mobile vaccination for those in the marginalized sector aims to provide a convenient way for them to be vaccinated because they may not have the time to travel to designated vaccination sites for their shots. After all, they need to earn a living. —Tacloban News Update/AJ Yes (Source: Tacloban-CIO)

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