Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte Speaks on Getting Vaccinated Against COVID-19
SARA DUTERTE – The Davao City Mayor said that there is no need for her to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in public.
Currently, vaccinations against the dreadful COVID-19 is taking place around the world. The Philippines is one of the countries that are on the vaccination process now in the pursuit of a population protection.
In the vaccination process, the doctors, nurses, and the other healthcare professionals were the firsts to be vaccinated against coronavirus. They are the frontliners in the fight against the pandemic. The next in line in the vaccination are the senior citizens and those people with co-morbidities.
The national government has also started the vaccination of the essential workers. Several mayors of cities and municipalities have already received their jab.
Other mayors got their vaccines in public to boost the confidence of their constituents. Truths be told that there are still a lot of people who are hesitant to get the jab over the possible side effects.
As for Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, there was no need for her to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in public. Based on a report on ABS-CBN News, the Davao City Mayor expressed that it is already enough that she advocates getting vaccinated against coronavirus.
Furthermore, Mayor Sara Duterte expressed that the decision of the people must be based on Science and not on the claims of individuals who have no basis. The Philippines is targeting the vaccination of 70 million Filipinos to achieve a population protection against COVID-19.
Previously, the Department of Health (DOH) expressed that the national government has reached the 10-million mark in the vaccination against COVID-19. More and more vaccines will arrive in the country thus vaccine czar Carlito Galvez Jr. is confident that it is still possible to achieve the population protection this year.
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