House-to-house vaccination for seniors, people with comorbidities pushed

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    House-to-house vaccination for seniors, people with comorbidities pushed

    Malacañang has renewed its call for local government units (LGUs) to consider house-to-house vaccination drives to get more senior citizens and persons with comorbidities vaccinated against Covid-19.

    Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles, acting presidential spokesperson, said providing vaccination services at home would provide convenience for these priority groups, especially those who have difficulty traveling to vaccination sites.

    Currently, over 54 million Filipinos have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

    The Philippines aims to reach its goal of fully vaccinating 90 million Filipinos before the end of June.

    On Sunday, the Department of Health reported 37,154 additional cases of Covid-19, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 3,205,396.

    Fifty more deaths brought the death toll due to Covid-19 up to 52,907 while 30,037 more people getting better increased recoveries to 2,864,633. (PNA)


    (Photo credits to WHO)