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WATCH: Manila residents wade through floodwater to get vaccinated

/ 12:46 PM July 21, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Even floodwater brought by heavy rainfall did not stop vaccinees from flocking vaccination sites in Manila on Wednesday.

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Hundreds of residents lined up at the San Andres Sports Complex to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

“Walang magagawa eh, kailangan sa trabaho,” resident Anna Michelle Malonzo told Radyo Inquirer. (It can’t be helped, it’s required for work.)

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Manila Mayor Isko Moreno, who visited the site to check the situation, said vaccinations on Wednesday will continue.

As of 10:50 am, Manila has administered 15,096 vaccine doses, according to Moreno.

“Rain and flooding will not stop us dahil hindi din nagpapahinga si COVID-19 (because COVID-19 also does not rest),” Domagoso told reporters.

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