Over 1.8M fully vaccinated vs COVID-19, 6.87M doses administered in PH | Inquirer News

Over 1.8M fully vaccinated vs COVID-19, 6.87M doses administered in PH

/ 01:00 PM June 14, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Over 1.8 million individuals, including more than 7,000 economic frontliners, in the country have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, data presented by Malacañang showed.

In a Palace briefing Monday, presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said that 6,870,054 COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered as of Sunday, June 13.


Of these, 5,014,582 were administered as a first dose to over 1.4 million healthcare workers (A1), more than 1.7 million senior citizens (A2), 1.7 million persons with comorbidities (A3).

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Malacañang’s presentation during a public briefing on Monday, June 14, 2021 (Screengrab from PTV livestream)

Some 127,614 economic frontliners (A4) whose vaccination started last week have also received their first dose.

Meanwhile, 1,855,472 individuals have already completed their vaccination against COVID-19, 7,020 of whom are economic frontliners.

According to Roque, a total of 9,329,050 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have so far arrived in the country.

A worker unloads a batch of Sputnik V’s COVID-19 vaccines which arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport from Russia. (Photo from the National Task Force Against COVID-19)

The most recent arrivals are 2.2 million doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine and 100,000 doses of Sputnik V’s anti-COVID jab, which arrived in the country late last week.

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