Caloocan City deploys 2.3 million COVID-19 vaccine doses

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1/21/2022 3:20:00 PM

According to the Caloocan City Health Department, 1,174,578 of total vaccines administered were used as first dose, 1,033,381 as second dose, and 92,549 as booster shots.

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The Caloocan City government has deployed a total of 2,300,508 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccines as of Monday, Jan. 17.According to the Caloocan City Health Department, 1,174,578 of total vaccines administered were used as first dose, 1,033,381 as second dose, and 92,549 as booster shots.

(Photo courtesy of Caloocan City Mayor Oscar “OCA” Malapitan Official Facebook Page/ MANILA BULLETIN)Caloocan City Mayor Oscar Malapitan thanked the residents who trusted the protection provided by the vaccines, as well as the medical workers who continue to lead the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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