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377,318 Negros Occidental folk receive vaccination from provincial gov’t

/ 08:33 PM October 21, 2021

377,318 Negros Occidental folk receive vaccinations from provincial gov't

BACOLOD CITY – The Negros Occidental provincial government has vaccinated 377,318 individuals or 21 percent of its target population of 1.8 million to reach herd immunity against COVID-19, according to Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz.

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Silay City has vaccinated the most number of residents at 34,698, followed by Sagay City at 28,017; Talisay City – 25, 383;  Bago City – 24,759;  Cadiz City – 23,794; Victorias City – 23,104; and La Carlota  City –  20,016.

Diaz said they do not yet have the target number of minors aged 12 to 17 years old to be vaccinated.

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He urged local governments to continue the vaccination drives on Saturdays and Sundays when more people are off from work and can get vaccinated.

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