Malacañang said that the recent study showing a steady decline of vaccine hesitancy among Filipinos was due to the cooperation between the government and the public.
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Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles (Malacañang photo)Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nogrlaes made the statement after the recent Social Weather Stations (SWS) showed that only eight percent of Filipinos remain hesitant to get vaccinated against the coronavirus (COVID-19).
In his press briefing on Friday, January 21, Nograles said the low vaccine hesitancy rate was because everyone in the country was doing their part in fighting the pandemic.“Senyales ito ng matagumpay nating pagtutulungan, tayong lahat (This is a sign of our successful cooperation, all of us),” he said.Read more: Manila Bulletin News »
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