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166 minors jabbed vs COVID-19 in Zambales town

/ 11:33 AM November 12, 2021

Barangay health workers monitor children before they get their COVID-19 shots at the Municipal Vaccination Operation Center in San Marcelino town, Zambales province (Photo courtesy of San Marcelino Public Information Office)

SAN ANTONIO, Zambales––At least 166 kids aged 12 to 17 have been inoculated against COVID-19 in San Marcelino town, which launched on Nov. 10 its vaccination drive for the rest of the pediatric population.

Mayor Elvis Soria said the vaccination site for eligible kids with comorbidities was held at the San Marcelino District Hospital. Those without comorbidities were jabbed at the Municipal Vaccination Operation Center.

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Healthcare workers administered Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for the pediatric population.

As of Thursday, San Marcelino had 661 COVID-19 cases, but only three remained active. INQ

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