Why do we need to have two doses of COVID-19 vaccine? 💉 Registered pharmacist Arshie Larga (Arshiethromycin) explains here 👇🏼
With many Filipinos still hesitant to get COVID-19 jabs, a registered pharmacist on Tiktok explained how coronavirus vaccines work. Ramon Christian Larga,
Last April, theFood and Drug Administrationallowed the emergency use of COVID-19 vaccines made by Johnson & Johnson.Larga clarified that the COVID-19 vaccine is not a cure, but rather, it serves as a protection against the virus.RELATED:He reminded the public to still comply with the health and safety protocols despite being fully vaccinated.
Social media users lauded Larga for making medical information more accessible and digestible. Read more: Interaksyon »
DOH sees uptick in 7 NCR cities' cases
The daily number of new cases in seven cities in Metro Manila is rising again, an official said Tuesday.
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Total COVID-19 cases among Filipinos abroad now at 20,093 with 1 new caseThe number of Filipinos abroad who have contracted COVID-19 rose to 20,093 as 1 new case was recorded Sunday, the Department of Foreign Affairs said.
DOH, OCTA monitor Visayas, Mindanao over increase in COVID-19 casesThe Health Department is closely monitoring the Visayas and Mindanao due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
LIVE UPDATES: COVID-19 pandemicJUST IN: The Department of Foreign Affairs reports one new COVID-19 case and one death among Filipinos in the Middle East. There are now 20,093 confirmed cases, 12,077 recoveries, and 1,199 deaths among Filipinos abroad. More updates here:
DOH hopes more seniors get COVID-19 jab after lifting of stay-at-home policyGood luck, iba mentality ng seniors
521 CV cops complete COVID-19 jabsA total of 521 policemen in Central Visayas already completed their COVID-19 vaccination as of this Sunday, June 13.
Digos City reverts to GCQ until June 27 as COVID-19 cases soarDigos City in Davao del Sur will be again placed under a stricter quarantine classification due to the 'exponential' rise of COVID-19 cases in the area.