Covid-19 instances are being reduced thanks to vaccination and public participation.
The government’s immunization efforts and public cooperation in combating the pandemic, according to a member of the National Task Force (NTF) Against Covid-19, have resulted in fewer Covid-19 illnesses in the country.
“We’ve seen the results of our immunization efforts and our adherence to the minimal health standard, and the number of instances is currently low.” As he welcomed the delivery of 255,200 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine at the NAIA Terminal 1 in Paranaque City on Thursday, NTF head of strategic communications on current operations Assistant Secretary Wilben Mayor stated, “We can already see that we will have a Merry Christmas.”
According to him, the private sector procured the most recent consignment of Covid-19 vaccination.
Mayor endorsed NTF Chief Implementer Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr.’s comments that getting vaccinated against Covid-19 is the best Christmas gift unvaccinated Filipinos can give their families and communities.
He advised unvaccinated Filipinos to obtain their Covid-19 vaccine doses during the upcoming national vaccination push, which would take place on December 15-17.
“The next National Vaccination Days are on the 15th, 16th, and 17th of this month, and we urge our fellow Filipinos who have not yet received the vaccination to do so.” He stated that “all vaccines that arrive in the country are effective and efficient.”
During the first national immunization days, dubbed “Bayanihan, Bakunahan,” conducted from Nov. 29 to Dec. 3, he said, 10.2 million Filipinos were immunized.
The administration plans to administer 7 million pills in the next statewide vaccination push, according to Mayor.
With only 370 new cases reported on Wednesday, the number of daily coronavirus infections in the country has remained below 400.
According to the most recent Department of Health report, the current case count is at 12,510, down from 13,026 on Tuesday, when the country saw 356 new infections, the lowest single-day total in 17 months.
Meanwhile, another 861 additional recoveries brought the total to 2,773,322, or 97.8% of the total case count of 2,835,593 since the epidemic began last year.
With 171 fresh deaths, the death toll now stands at 49,761.
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