Frontline health workers at SPMC get COVID vaccine
Manila Bulletin|March 6, 2021
DAVAO CITY – Frontline health workers at the Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC) were immunized against COVID-19 at the start of the vaccination campaign here yesterday.
ZEA CAPISTRANO

SPMC officer-in-charge medical chief Dr. Ricardo Audan was the first to be immunized among SPMC healthcare workers.

He said 70 percent of SPMC employees are willing to get vaccinated.

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