Over 9K Persons in PH Vaccinated Against COVID-19, Office of the Presidential Spokesperson Reveals
The Philippines has received the first batch of COVID-19 vaccine from Sinovac on Sunday, February 28, 2021, and on Monday, March 1, 2021, the vaccination program in the country has officially begun. Philippine General Hospital (PGH) Dr. Gerardo “Gap” Legaspi then became the “first person in the country” and the “first Filipino doctor” to have officially received the vaccine.
Furthermore, today (Thursday), March 4, 2021, the Office of the Presidential Spokesperson, through a Facebook post, revealed that as of Wednesday, March 3, 2021, the total number of individuals vaccinated against COVID-19 was already over nine thousand (9,077) and based on the data provided these people are from the National Capital Region (NCR).
See the data below as provided by the Office of the Presidential Spokesperson:
PGH Director First Person in PH to Officially Receive COVID-19 Vaccine
Pfizer Vaccine May Arrive in Q2, Says Vaccine Czar Galvez
AstraZeneca Vaccines to Arrive in PH Tomorrow
It is ‘Premature’ and ‘Unrealistic’ to Think that COVID-19 will End this Year, Says WHO
For More News and Updates
Looking for more news and updates? Feel free to explore our BCG website and our official Facebook page. You may also check out our official BCG YouTube channel to catch a variety of video content.
Source: Office of the Presidential Spokesperson| Official Facebook Page