Over 1 million people receive second vaccine shots in Manila
More than one million individuals were fully vaccinated in Manila, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.
As of 5 p.m. on Sept. 10, the Manila Health Department (MHD) reported that 1,000,206 have been fully vaccinated in the city. This makes up 74.01 percent of the city’s qualified population for COVID-19 vaccination based on data from the Department of Health.
If the Comelec’s data will be followed, Manila’s current number of fully vaccinated individuals translates to 93.90 percent of the city’s population.
In total, the city has administered 2,255,541 COVID-19 jabs.
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