DOH: About 170K ages 5 to 11 registered for vaccination in LGUs

1/29/2022 8:15:00 AM

A total of 168,355 children ages 5 to 11 have already registered for vaccination in their local government units, the Department of Health said Saturday.

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A total of 168,355 children ages 5 to 11 have already registered for vaccination in their local government units, the Department of Health said Saturday.

A total of 168,355 children ages five to 11 have already registered for vaccination in their local government units, the Department of Health said Saturday.

(This does not mean the vaccines will be concentrated or exclusive for them. We will expand this as vaccines arriving in the country increase.)Cabotaje said children with and without comorbidities will be vaccinated simultaneously."Hindi kagaya ng 12 to 17 na nauna ang may comorbidity, gusto natin mas mabilis ang bakunahan, kaya pagsasabayin natin ang pagbakuna ng may comorbidity at walang comorbidity."

(Unlike the vaccination of the 12 to 17 age group, those with comorbidities were prioritized. We want the vaccination to be faster, so we will vaccinate simultaneously those with comorbidities and those without.)This is in contrast with the statement of National Task Force against COVID-19 adviser Dr. Ted Herbosa that

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"Hindi ibig sabihin na naka-concentrate o sila lang ang bibigyan.“Hinihikayat po namin iwasan ang pag walk-in at magparehistro upang maiwasan ang pag o-overcrowd sa ating health center na maaring magdulot ng pagkalat ng virus,” Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said at a media briefing.The Department of Education (DepEd) expressed full support to the scheduled rollout of the vaccination program for children aged five to 11 against coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in February.0 THE Philippine Fiber Industry Development Authority (PhilFida) has sounded the alarm that abaca production in Bicol, the country’s top producer of the natural fiber, could be in a more dismal state in the future as output in the region last year plunged to a 11-year low.

Ine-expand natin ito habang dumadami ang bakuna na dadating sa ating bansa," health undersecretary Myrna Cabotaje said at the Laging Handa briefing. (This does not mean the vaccines will be concentrated or exclusive for them.) Vergeire said the rollout is on February 4 in hospitals such as the National Children’s Hospital, Philippine Children’s Medical Center, and the Philippine Heart Center. We will expand this as vaccines arriving in the country increase. Briones said that DepEd has a “very close” coordination with the office of the National Task Force (NTF) against COVID-19 chief implementer Secretary Carlito Galvez Jr.) Cabotaje said children with and without comorbidities will be vaccinated simultaneously. Parents or guardians must bring documents showing their relationship with the kid, as well as proper identification, to the vaccination facility, according to government guidelines. "Hindi kagaya ng 12 to 17 na nauna ang may comorbidity, gusto natin mas mabilis ang bakunahan, kaya pagsasabayin natin ang pagbakuna ng may comorbidity at walang comorbidity. Historical PhilFida data showed this is the lowest abaca output by Bicol Region, which remained the top producer of the country, and was the lowest in at least 11 years or since 2011.

" (Unlike the vaccination of the 12 to 17 age group, those with comorbidities were prioritized. If this cannot be obtained, they need to bring a notarized authorization letter, an affidavit, or a certification signed by the barangay captain. “Sila ang nakakaalam ng supply, sila ang nagko-coordinate ang vaccination sites, and of course, we want the assurance na ang aming learners, teaching staff sa department, ay safe kaya tuloy-tuloy ang pag-implement ng polisiya na ito at handa kami (They are the ones who know the supply, they are the ones who coordinate the vaccination sites, and of course, we want the assurance that our learners, teaching staff in the department, are safe so the implementation of this policy will continue and we are ready),” Briones said. We want the vaccination to be faster, so we will vaccinate simultaneously those with comorbidities and those without.) This is in contrast with the statement of National Task Force against COVID-19 adviser Dr. Meanwhile, Vergeire said that adverse events following vaccination are rare. Ted Herbosa that those aged 5 to 11 with comorbidities will be prioritized in the government’s COVID-19 vaccination program. Malaluan also explained that this initiative would play a crucial role in the safe school reopening efforts of DepEd. For children with comorbidities, their guardians will be required to present their medical certificates, as well as their proof of relationship, in vaccination centers. “Batay sa isang pagsusuri, ang COVID-19 vaccine para sa 5 to 11 years old ay may 91% efficacy. Costales pointed out that the downward trend of abaca production in the Bicol Region is “very alarming.

Children ages seven and above meanwhile will be asked to sign a consent form regarding their vaccination. If a child does not have an ID, barangay captains could stand as witness that they were accompanied by their parents or guardians. (Based on a study, the COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 has a 91% efficacy.. Around will arrive on January 31, and will be followed by more deliveries in the following days. Some , including the National Children’s Hospital, Philippine Children’s Medical Center, and the Philippine Heart Center.) Vergeire added that the side effects would be gone within two to three days. —LBG, GMA News . In 2021, it dipped further to only 19,838.