September 24, 2021

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Naga City received 160 doses of Sinovac vaccine from DOH Bicol

Arrival of Sinovac vaccine at Naga City from DOH-Legazpi. Photo: Naga CPIO

Naga City, Camarines Sur – The 160 doses of Sinovac vaccine received in behalf of the city by Mayor Son Legacion and health officer Dr. Butch Borja early this afternoon, April 8 was intended for the health workers of the city hospitals who were not vaccinated before.

The Jessie M. Robredo Coliseum which was converted as the Naga Mega Vaccination Facility is the vaccination area and vaccinators will give the first jab tomorrow.

In another development, the latest update of Covid positive in the city is 110 including 11 new cases. With the continued increase the past days the city has now 981 active cases.

Residents were advised to be safety conscious by using E-Salvar for easy contact tracing the infectious Covid-19. The app was launched October this year with the assistance of the Metro Naga Chamber of Commerce and Industry as an appropriate solution and improve the contract tracing capability of Naga City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (CESU).