General Vaccination
The Philippine Star|September 30, 2021
The start of vaccination for the general population – targeted in mid-October – is welcome news. It would be even more welcome if there are enough vaccines to go around.
General Vaccination

This, unfortunately, is not the case. Even in Metro Manila, where the bulk of COVID vaccines has been concentrated, the inoculation of adult priority groups is not yet even completed except in cities with small populations such as San Juan. The slow vaccine rollout is one of the factors cited by various economic analysts in lowering their outlooks for growth in the Philippines this year as well as for pandemic resilience.

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