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Zambales starts administering J&J Janssen COVID-19 vaccines

A resident of San Marcelino town in Zambales is getting inoculated against COVID-19 during one of the recent mass vaccinations in the province. (Photo courtesy of San Marcelino Public Information Office)

SAN ANTONIO, Zambales––Despite the heavy rains, the provincial government on Friday began administering the Janssen COVID-19 vaccines made by Johnson & Johnson.

The province received on Thursday a total of 3,800 vials or 19,900 doses of the Janssen vaccines donated by the US government, Dr. Noel Bueno, provincial health director, said in a phone interview.

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Bueno said the province had administered 14,593 Astrazeneca vaccines and 21,510 Sinovac vaccines to its 36,103 residents.

As of Thursday, July 22, the province reported 4,058 COVID-19 cases, 384 active cases, 3,548 recoveries, and 109 deaths. INQ

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