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Vaccine reluctance is being reduced thanks to a public awareness campaign.

The effectiveness of information dissemination and government efforts to make coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccines accessible to all, Malacanang said on Friday, is reflected in the drop in vaccine reluctance.

Only 8% of adult Filipinos are unwilling to get vaccinated, according to a 2021 Social Weather Stations study performed from December 12 to 16, down from 18% in September 2021.

The figure was also significantly lower than the June 2021 survey, which revealed that 21% of Filipinos were hesitant to take Covid-19 vaccines, and the May 2021 survey, which revealed that 33% of respondents did not want to be vaccinated.

“Senyales ito ng matagumpay nating pagtutulungan, tayong lahat — kayo na nasa media na nagbibigay ng tamang impormasyon, and of course, the government making sure na nandyan ‘yung supply sa lahat ng region at ginagawa po natin ang lahat ng hakbang para mag

The Palace official also urged the public to assist keep the momentum going by persuading the remaining unvaccinated to get vaccinated.

“Malinaw po na habang dumadami po ang nagpapabakuna at nakikita ng ating mga kababayan na mabisa at ligtas ang mga ito, anuman brand ito, bumababa po ang tinatawag na vaccine hesitancy (It’s apparent that as the number of people who have been vaccinated increases and the public

According to the most recent data from the National Covid-19 Vaccination Dashboard, moreover, 56.8 million people have been fully vaccinated, with 65 million receiving at least the first dose.

Because of the large number of people who haven’t been vaccinated, the national government and some local governments have imposed mobility limitations on those who haven’t had their injections, such as the “no vaccine, no ride” policy.

In a statement issued on Friday, Department of Transportation Undersecretary Artemio Tuazon Jr. underlined that the intervention is only being enforced in Metro Manila while the region is on Alert Level 3.

Unvaccinated workers are permitted to use public transit if they work in industries that are exempt from the quarantine categorization.

Malacanang further stated that there are no Covid-19 “vaccination exemption cards” on the market.

“Hindi po totoo,” says the narrator. Ganun pong wala pong ganun pong ganun pong ganun There is no such document issued by the government (it does not exist). The government does not provide documents like this), “Nograles said.

“If there are several taong mag-aalok sa ganitong card in your possession, agad makipag-ugnayan sa mga otoridad sa inyong lugar at isuplong ang ganitong gawain. You may call the hotline at 8888 to report an ipinagbabawal na gawaing ito. Maliban sa peke, hindi po ito nakakatulong sa ating laban kontra Covid-19 (If someone offers you this type of card, contact local authorities right once or report it to hotline 8888.) Apart from being phony, this isn’t going to help us win Covid-19),” he continued.

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