Negros Occidental COVID-19 vaccination still lags even with new push

6/7/2022 10:00:00 AM

The struggle to increase COVID-19 vaccine coverage threatens Governor Eugenio Jose 'Bong' Lacson’s plan to seek a de-escalation of Negros Occidental's alert level status

Covıd-19 Vaccines, Negros Occidental

The struggle to increase COVID-19 vaccine coverage threatens Governor Eugenio Jose 'Bong' Lacson’s plan to seek a de-escalation of Negros Occidental 's alert level status.

The struggle to increase COVID-19 vaccine coverage threatens Governor Eugenio Jose 'Bong' Lacson’s plan to seek a de-escalation of Negros Occidental 's alert level status

Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz told reporters on Sunday, June 5, that the province only met 3,872 of the 23,305 target on Thursday and only 3,446 on Friday.The figure was even lower for the 6,414 daily target for senior citizens, with only 218 or just 3% inoculated on Thursday and 141 or 2% on Friday.

The struggle to convince residents to get their COVID-19 shots could derail Governor Eugenio Jose “Bong” Lacson’s plan to seek a de-escalation of the alert level status of the province.Lacson announced the move on May 29, shortly before the province launched its latest monthlong drive. The provincial health office and local government units (LGUs) scheduled the push every Thursday and Friday for the first three weeks and Monday and Tuesday for the final week.

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BACOLOD, Philippines – The Negros Occidental provincial government’s effort to push its COVID-19 vaccination program continues to lag badly, with its latest simultaneous push last Thursday and Friday, June 2 and 3, only getting 17% and 15% of the daily targets, respectively.Gwendolyne Furniol of Negros Occidental was crowned Miss World Philippines 2022, beating 35 other candidates in a long pageant that ended early Monday morning at the Mall of Asia Arena.According to Raffy Tima’s report on “24 Oras” on Monday, some individuals rushed to the Quirino Grandstand to avail of the free COVID-19 jabs while they were still available.By - June 7, 2022 9:44 am A fast food worker cleans and disinfects their restaurant in Divisoria after curfew hours in Cagayan de Oro City on Monday (7 June 2021).

Provincial Administrator Rayfrando Diaz told reporters on Sunday, June 5, that the province only met 3,872 of the 23,305 target on Thursday and only 3,446 on Friday. The figure was even lower for the 6,414 daily target for senior citizens, with only 218 or just 3% inoculated on Thursday and 141 or 2% on Friday.Allison Black of Las Piñas City was named Miss Supranational Philippines and will leave next month for the international pageant in Poland. The struggle to convince residents to get their COVID-19 shots could derail Governor Eugenio Jose “Bong” Lacson’s plan to seek a de-escalation of the alert level status of the province.) “Nagmadali (kami) kasi nalaman lang namin today na last day na. Lacson announced the move on May 29, shortly before the province launched its latest monthlong drive.Ashley Montenegro of Makati City was crowned Miss Eco International Philippines. The provincial health office and local government units (LGUs) scheduled the push every Thursday and Friday for the first three weeks and Monday and Tuesday for the final week. curfew to curb the rising COVID-19cases.

The Department of Health’s Western Visayas office early in May tagged Negros Occidental as having the lowest vaccination rate in the region, with only 62. Pilipinas- World 1994 Cara Subijano was also Top Model winner. This was the only time that we decided to leave our house.68% of its 1.825-million target population covered. Maria of Parañaque City was crowned Reina Hispanoamericana-Filipinas. However, coverage rose to 76% of the target population by the end of May, according to provincial health officer Dr.5 million vaccine doses. Ernell Tumimbang..   Curfew was imposed in the city on March 16, 2020 after President Rodrigo Duterte declared a state of public health emergency to contain the spread of COVID-19.

The target population represents 70% of the province’s 2.607-million total population. Tapos sa 6th district may mga hospitals diyan na nagbibigay ng booster shots. Lacson has urged LGUs to ramp up their vaccination efforts, noting that low coverage would keep them on Alert Level 2, delaying the full reopening of their economies. Only seven of the province’s 31 towns and cities are under Alert Level 1. The rest remain under Alert Level 2 despite infection rates still in single digits after the election season. We have four malls here in Manila.

In neighboring Negros Oriental, health authorities also said they have redoubled their vaccination efforts in a bid to be downgraded to Alert Level 1. Assistant Provincial Health Officer Dr. Liland Estacion on Monday, June 6, said the National Vaccination Operations Center increased the province’s coverage target from 990,637 to 1,148,424 individuals based on the 2020 Census of Population and Housing.) Aside from the vaccinations, swab testing would also be ended. That move lowered the province’s accomplishment – which was below 70% of the original target population – to just 57.3%.

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