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PH vaccination stocks are sufficient till the early part of 2022.

The country has enough coronavirus vaccines, with more than 24 million doses arriving this week to supplement the 64 million doses already on hand.

The National Task Force (NTF) Against Covid-19’s lead implementer, Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr., said during President Rodrigo Duterte’s Talk to the People on Monday night that this week’s shipment will ensure the country has enough supply until mid-2022.

“Unprecedented po ‘yon dahil kasi on average, seven million ang ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating ating (This is remarkable because we generally receive seven million doses every week on average.) Ngayon po 24 million po Mr. President, it’s now 24 million), “Galvez remarked.

Galvez also stated that more than 41 million Filipinos are now totally safeguarded against the terrible disease, accounting for 53 percent of the desired 70 percent.

On Monday night, the Philippines received 2.3 million pills, with 8.2 million arriving on Tuesday, 10 million on Wednesday, and over three million on Thursday.

7.5 million doses of single-shot Janssen vaccines donated by the Netherlands through the COVAX Facility, two million Sinovac doses donated by China, government-procured 5.2 million Moderna doses, 4.9 million Pfizer, and 2.9 million AstraZeneca vaccines purchased through tripartite deals by the private sector and local government units make up this week’s 24,473,800 doses.

The single-dose vaccines will be utilized in remote areas and other far-flung communities, while pediatric vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna will be employed.

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