Manila to end 24/7 vax, swab testing at Quirino Grandstand on June 7
MANILA, Philippines — Manila will close its 24/7 drive-through vaccination and swab testing at the Quirino Grandstand on June 7, the city government announced in an advisory on Saturday.
The city did not give a reason for the closure.
Manila rolled out its 24/7 drive-through vaccination and testing program in January this year.
It has administered 3,453,766 vaccine doses as of Saturday. Of that number, 1,707,714 are fully vaccinated.
The national capital reported only 21 active cases on Saturday. Its total number of COVID-19 is 116,099, including 114,147 recoveries and 1,931 deaths.
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