1,840 frontliners in Oriental Mindoro get COVID-19 jabs
The Oriental Mindoro Capitol announced that more than 1,800 frontliners have been inoculated with coronavirus vaccines.
The provincial government said that a total of 1,840 medical frontline workers got the first dose of the vaccine in 23 vaccination posts in the province as of March 22.
The data was provided by the Provincial Health Office (PHO) to the Provincial Vaccination Operation Center.
“Ayon kay Provincial Administrator at OIC-Provincial Health Officer MD Hubbert Christopher A. Dolor, mahigit na ito ng 70% mula sa target na 2,032 na mga frontline health worker,” said the Capitol.
Next in line to get the vaccines are other frontline workers such as Barangay Health Emergency Response Teams o BHERTs, barangay health workers, MDRRMOs among others.
“Inaasahang sa una o ikalawang linggo ng Abril ay muling dadating ang mga bakuna para naman sa ikalawang dose ng mga nauna nang naturukan ng bakuna,” said the Capitol.