Over 280,000 receive COVID-19 vaccines in Bulacan
CITY OF MALOLOS — More than 280,000 residents of Bulacan province are now vaccinated as the province intensifies its fight against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the Bulacan provincial information office said Friday.
The agency said 283,487 of A1, A2, A3, and A4 beneficiaries were vaccinated, of which 222,963 or 95 percent had their first dose and 60,524 or 28 percent are now fully vaccinated.
Pat Alvaro, Bulacan Public Health Office information officer said there are now 767,351 residents who have registered for vaccination. The province has an average daily vaccination of 83,621.
With more than 3.2 million residents, Bulacan can achieve herd immunity with about 2 million people getting vaccinated.
Bulacan’s COVID-19 cases have reached 40,702 on Saturday, with 39,048 recoveries and 876 deaths since the pandemic broke out in March last year.
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