The city government of Tacloban has assured its residents that there will be an adequate supply of vaccines against coronavirus disease (Covid-19): “I don’t want to lose focus. Vaccinations are important, ”said Mayor Alfred Romualdez as the city accelerated the introduction of vaccinations in the city.

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According to the city information office, a total of 4,800 residents in priority categories A1 (health workers), A2 (senior citizens) and A3 (people with comorbidities) had been vaccinated against Sinovac and AstraZeneca with vaccines by May 7, 2021 (CIO). Another vaccination activity took place in the city on Tuesday, May 18, feeding around 800 citizens for the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine and 370 for the second dose. Romualdez also initiated cooperation with schools as vaccination centers “to achieve the goals”. The mayor also appealed to the public to adhere to minimum health protocols as part of the government’s vaccination efforts. “If you look at this, we survived a year without vaccination and can survive another year, but the most effective thing is to wear a mask and face shield,” Romualdez said in a statement. (SunStar Philippines)

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