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Seniors in District 2 of Quezon City were Vaccinated on July 28th, in a one-day induction with the Janssen vaccine from Johnson and Johnson (J&J). Mayor Joy Belmonte said District 2 is the most densely populated area in the city and that their seniors must be prioritized in the COVID-19 vaccination campaign. “District 2 has the most disadvantaged communities, which makes them the most susceptible to spreading the virus and the least able to afford hospital care,” Belmonte said. “The decision to focus this vaccine offering in District 2 was based on solid evidence including the number of cases per hundred thousand, the number of deaths and other factors such as minimal health-conscious behavior affecting the seniors in the area,” she added. District 2 has 13,834 of the 106,137 COVID-19 cases in the city as of July 26. The number has increased 21% in the past 14 days, according to the Quezon City Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance Unit (CESU.). ). “Given the population and the current number of cases in District 2, virus transmission is very likely, especially with the threat from the Delta variant,” said CESU chief Rolly Cruz. “A single case can lead to multiple cases as there are many people at risk and quarantine protocols are difficult to implement because the houses are grouped,” he added. Dr. Cruz also said that District 2 has the highest death rate of any district in the city. Of the 217 people who died in the district, 113 or 52% of the deaths were 60 years of age or older. After the one-day rollout, the city government will continue to vaccinate seniors in other parts of the city.