The Philippines has been under a state of calamity due to the COVID-19 pandemic since March 2020. The declaration expires on September 12, but the new administration is inclined to extend it until the end of 2022.
Members of the high-risk and vulnerable sector, specifically senior citizens, immunocompromised individuals, and frontline healthcare workers may now get their fourth dose or their second booster shot against the coronavirus vaccine.
A total of 2,796,943 individuals have been fully inoculated against COVID-19 in Cavite, the regional health department announced on Thursday.
This equates to 23.72 percent of total vaccines delivered in the region.
Cavite's response to the pandemic appears to be ramping up, with the province having administered two million vaccines.
The latest version of the Department of Information and Communications Technology’s Vaccine Administration System (DVAS) was launched in Carmona, Cavite on September 10.
Amid the spike in coronavirus infections in Cavite, the province is set to receive more vaccine doses from various manufacturers towards the end of 2021.
The province of Cavite has already administered a total of 501,031 vaccine doses against COVID-19 as of July 13, according to the latest data of the Provincial Information and Communication Affairs (PICAD).
Nagsimula nang maghanda ang Local Government Unit (LGU) ng Imus para sa A4 COVID-19 category vaccination sa kanilang lungsod.