21,411 Angeles City residents now fully vaccinated vs COVID-19
ANGELES CITY, Pampanga – Some 4,393 more residents here have received full vaccination against COVID-19 within the last five days, the city government here announced on Tuesday (July 20).
The 17,018 fully vaccinated individuals on July 15 increased to 21,411 on July 20 while those who got their first dose of the vaccines rose from 60,357 to 61,505 during the same period.
Residents who got full doses of Sinovac, AstraZeneca, or Pfizer vaccines include 4,747 health workers and medical front liners under the A1 priority group, 5,765 senior citizens under A2, 9,602 persons with comorbidities under A3, and 1,297 front line personnel in essential sectors under the A4 category.
The city government said those who received the first dose of the vaccines include 7,519 individuals under the A1 priority group; 14,390 under the A2 priority group; 23,285 under the A3 priority group; and 16,311 under the A4 priority group.
Aside from the city government’s vaccination centers at the City College of Angeles and at the Angeles City National High School that are both located in Barangay (village) Pampang, two vaccination buses are also being used to inoculate bedridden elderly residents.
One of the vaccination buses is owned by the city government while the other is owned by the federation of Koreans in this city.
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