600,000 Sinovac jabs set to arrive last week of February

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SOME 600,000 doses of China-made Sinovac COVID-19 vaccines procured by the government are set to land on the Philippine soil on February 23.

Of the 600,000 Sinovac vaccines, 100,000 were donated for the soldiers of the Armed Forces of the Philippines, says presidential spokesperson Harry Roque.

“Ang bakuna po ng Sinovac na galing po China ay nakaukit na po sa bato ang pagdating ― ito po ay sa 23 ng Pebrero,” Roque told Palace reporters in a press briefing.

“Darating po ang Sinovac, 600,000 [doses]. Pero ang 100,000 [doses] po ay donasyon ng Tsina sa kasundaluhan sa Department of National Defense,” he added.

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