Malacañang to expect more vaccines to arrive this week


Malacañang said more vaccines will arrive in the country this week, including J&J, AstraZeneca, Sinovac, and Moderna vaccines.

During yesterday’s press briefing, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said the national government will receive 194,000 Moderna vaccines and another 56,400 for the private sector on Thursday, July 15.

Meanwhile, over 1.1 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccines and over 1.6 million doses of J&J vaccines donated by the United States under the COVAX Facility will arrive on July 16.

Roque also announced that the 1.5 million doses of Sinovac vaccines, as well as the remaining 3.2 million doses of J&J vaccines, will be delivered on July 17.

As of July 14, the vaccination program has administered a total of 14,074,514 vaccine doses across the country, according to data from the National COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard. Of this number, 4,047,792 already completed their second dose. –

(Source: PCOO)

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