WHO consultant join Caloocan's vaccination campaign
Caloocan City - The World Health Organization (WHO) Consultant on Vaccine Preventable Diseases and Immunization, Dr. Hassan Reazul, and the Department of Health (DOH) Regional Director, Dr. Aleli Sudiacal, personally visited Caloocan City to accompany health workers in their door-to-door vaccination campaign. Their mission was to ensure that no one was missed and that everyone received the rubella, polio, and measles vaccines.
Mayor Along Malapitan expressed his gratitude to the WHO and DOH for their unwavering support and guidance in the city's efforts. Their presence and active involvement further strengthen the commitment of the local government of Caloocan to prioritize the health, protection, and safety of every resident, particularly the children.
Accompanied by health workers, Dr. Reazul and Dr. Sudiacal diligently went from house to house, ensuring that every individual, especially children, received the necessary vaccinations. The vaccines administered are essential in preventing diseases such as rubella, polio, and measles, which pose significant health risks.
The presence of esteemed experts like Dr. Reazul and Dr. Sudiacal not only demonstrates the importance placed on immunization but also provides reassurance to the community regarding the safety and effectiveness of the vaccines. Their personal involvement serves as an inspiration for health workers and residents alike, highlighting the significance of vaccination in safeguarding public health.
Mayor Along Malapitan remains committed to prioritizing the health and well-being of the residents of Caloocan City, particularly the younger generation. Through collaborative efforts with esteemed organizations like the WHO and DOH, the city government strives to ensure that every child receives the necessary vaccines to protect them from preventable diseases.
The door-to-door vaccination campaign reflects Caloocan City's proactive approach to healthcare, reaching out to every household to ensure that no one is left behind. By providing vaccinations directly to the residents' doorstep, the local government aims to make immunization accessible and convenient for all.
As the door-to-door vaccination campaign continues, the local government of Caloocan City remains steadfast in its efforts to provide accessible healthcare services to all residents. Through partnerships, continuous support, and community engagement, they aim to create a safer and healthier environment for every "Batang Kankaloo."
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