AstraZeneca immunizations showing up in PH on March 4 – Palace

 

MANILA, Philippines — Following a postponement, 487,200 portions ofCovid-19 immunizations created by British-Swede drug firm AstraZeneca will show up in the Philippines on Thursday, March 4, Malacañang said Wednesday.

"This is to affirm that the Philippines is set to get 487,200 portions of AstraZeneca immunizations tomorrow, March 4, 2021, 7:30 PM, as a component of the first round of dispensed dosages from the COVAX office," official representative Harry Roque said in an articulation.

Somewhere in the range of 525,600 portions of AstraZeneca's immunizations should show up in the Philippines on Monday, March 1, however experienced postponement because of "supply issues." 

President Rodrigo Duterte will actually observe the appearance of AstraZeneca antibodies from the World Health Organization-drove COVAX office, Roque prior said.

The Philippines is required to get in any event 5.6 million dosages of Covid-19 immunizations from Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca through the COVAX office inside the main quarter of 2021. 

The nation began on Monday its mass inoculation program to beat the further spread of Covid-19, following the conveyance of 600,000 dosages of Sinovac Biotech's immunization, CoronaVac, gave by the Chinese government. 


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