20,000 nga essential workers nabakunahan

Hulagway iya ni Mark Perandos

SOBRA 20,000 ka mga essential workers ug kabahin sa transport sector sa Priority Group A4 midawat sa una nilang dose sa anti-Covid vaccine atol sa duha ka adlaw nga vaccination drive, Hulyo 2-3.

Ang Priority Group A4 mao ang public ug private school teachers, workers gikan sa tourism sector, private companies, mall employees, ug miyembro sa transport sector.

Ang Davao City government nag-eskedyul sa Priority Group A4 sa nagkadaiyang vaccination hubs.

Adunay 2,459 doses ang gitagana sa Tourism Sector ug Philippine Coast Guard sa Waterfront Insular Hotel; 2,000 doses sa Boysen sa Sasa Warehouse; 3,000 doses sa

Davao Colleges ug Universities Network; 3,000 doses sa Philippine Women’s College ug University of Mindanao Bolton Campus; 1,300 doses sa Davao Association of College Schools; 1,300 doses sa Ateneo de Davao University; 1,500 doses sa San Miguel Brewery workers sa Davao Doctors Hospital; 4,000 doses sa Department of Education sa nagkadaiyang schools jab sites; 800 sa transport Group sa Agro-Industrial Foundation College; 1,000 sa Chinatown Development Council sa Chong Hua School; ug 4,000 alang sa mga trabahante sa Abreeza Mall, Gaisano Mall, SM, ug NCCC Malls. (Jeepy P. Compio/CIO)


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