For three days, PH administers over 3M Covid-19 vax doses.
Malacanang announced on Monday that the country’s Covid-19 vaccination program has seen an increase in participation, with more than 3 million doses administered for three days in a row last week.
According to Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque, the Philippines administered 1,052,600 vaccine doses on November 10th, followed by 1,239,981 doses on November 11th, and 971,159 doses on November 12th. This “indicates that the government is on track to meet its goal of administering at least 1 million vaccinations per day,” according to the report.
“Binabati natin ang lahat, for three days in a row last week, pumapalo po tayo ng 1 million jabs (We congratulate everyone, for three days in a row last week, we hit one million jabs),” he said.
According to the most recent data from the National Covid-19 vaccination dashboard, 69,713,994 doses were administered across the country, with 38,148,431 jabs given as the first dose and 31,570,463 as the second dose.
The average daily vaccination rate in the country was 788,007 jabs.
Nearly 10 million people, or 101.92 percent of the target population, have received their first dose in Metro Manila, with 92.12 of them now fully vaccinated.
The Philippines has received a total of 123,258,340 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine from various manufacturers, including both government-purchased and donated vaccines.
On Monday night, 301,860 Pfizer doses will arrive, and 1,353,800 Moderna doses will arrive on Tuesday.
Roque reminded the public, particularly those who have begun the limited face-to-face classes, to continue adhering to the minimum public health standards.