WATCH: An INQside Look with vaccine expert Dr. Lulu Bravo
MANILA, Philippines — More than 1.2 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were already dispensed to priority recipients nationwide as of April 13. Still, many people remain in doubt about the safety and efficacy of the shots against the deadly respiratory disease.
In view of the common goal to achieve herd immunity, what can the government and health experts do to allay people’s COVID-19 vaccination fears?
INQUIRER.net speaks with Dr. Lulu Bravo, executive director of the Philippine Foundation for Vaccination and chairperson of the National Adverse Events Following Immunization Committee, to delve into the adverse or unwanted secondary effects of vaccine and more.
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