Lazatin fully inoculated against Covid-19
Angeles City Mayor Carmelo Lazatin Jr. received his second jab of the Sinovac vaccine on Wednesday.
“I am encouraging everyone to get vaccinated and be part of the solution. This will protect you and your loved ones against the virus,” he said after getting the injection from City Health Officer-in-Charge Dr. Verona Guevarra at the City College of Angeles (CCA).
Local chief executives, including mayors, are among the priority groups targeted for vaccination by the Inter Agency Task Force (IATF).
To date, the Angeles City government is conducting its ongoing inoculation at the CCA to priority groups A1 or health workers; A2 or the elderly; A3 also known as persons with comorbidities or those with existing health conditions; and A4 or frontline personnel in essential sectors including uniformed personnel and those in working sectors identified by the IATF.
Records from the vaccination center show that as of June 16, 2021, 27,673 Angeleños from the mentioned priority groups got their first shot of vaccines, while 5,070 completed their two doses of vaccine.
A total of 6,615 in priority group A1 received their first dose of vaccine, while 4,317 were already fully-vaccinated; 8,503 for the first dose in A2, 262 for the second dose; 11,726 under A3 priority group received the first dose of vaccine, while 491 for the second dose; and 829 personnel from A4 got their first shot of vaccine.
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