Since February, the Bureau of Customs (BOC) has reported that over 133 million vials of…
BOC has released about 201 million Covid-19 vaccine doses.
The Bureau of Customs (BOC) has distributed over 201 million doses of coronavirus vaccines so far this year (Covid-19).
According to the most recent data as of Friday, the BOC facilitated the release of 201,121,670 doses of various vaccine brands.
The Port of NAIA released 196,190,120 people, the Port of Cebu-Mactan International Airport released 3,410,550 people, and the Port of Davao-Davao International Airport released 1,521,000 people.
It further stated that the Davao port has expedited the delivery of 526,500 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccinations that landed at Davao International Airport on December 26, 2021, via TRI-MG Airlines.
The goods were pre-cleared last December 24 through the port’s Customer Care Center and One-Stop-Shop, according to Port of Davao District Collector Erastus Sandino Austria.
The vaccines were delivered to the DOH Cold Storage Room at the Southern Philippines Medical Center as soon as they arrived (SPMC).
Meanwhile, PharmaServ Express, the government’s cold-chain, and logistics partner has successfully supplied the required vaccines to various local government units (LGUs) around the country since the vaccination campaign began earlier this year.
“This is primarily due to the company’s skill and expertise in handling these life-saving vaccines,” Andrian Perez, president of PharmaServ Express Inc., stated.
“It’s one thing to provide logistics; it’s another to provide world-class service to our fellow citizens.” “Our organization takes pleasure in delivering on its promise of superior service,” he continued.
Since the start of the vaccination rollout, the cold-chain firm official reported no wastage, praising their cautious and safe management of vaccines from storage to packing to distribution to LGUs.
PharmaServ Express uses a biothermal case method to keep vaccinations at the proper temperature while they are carried across the country.
PharmaServ Express is more than up to the task, with the government aiming to increase its Covid-19 immunity immunization objective from 70% to 100% because of new variations.
“There’s still a long way to go, but PharmaServ Express is more than up to the task.” Perez stated, “We are completely equipped and capable.”
Following the arrival of the first batch of Sinovac vaccinations in the country on February 28, the government’s vaccination program began in March.
Vaccines are imported from the United States, China, the United Kingdom, Russia, and the United Arab Emirates.