Japan, US vaccine donations a big boost PH’s mass inoculation drive

Japan, US vaccine donations a big boost PH’s mass inoculation drive


Good News for the country in its current battle against this pandemic.

It was announced that more than 3 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines will be donated by the United States while Japan will send more than one million doses, a big boost for the country’s mass immunization drive as well as address distribution disparity.

Food and Drug Administration Chief Rolando Enrique Domingo said the FDA has already issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the Department of Health (DOH) to accept possible donations of Janssen vaccines from the US, and AstraZeneca doses from Japan, said during the meeting on government’s COVID-19 interventions.

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Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine is uniquely known for being a single-dose coronavirus vaccine unlike most vaccines that require two separate doses, said Domingo.

The US will donate this month more than 3 million Janssen doses through the World Health Organization-led COVAX Facility.

Japan on the other hand, will ship more than one million doses of AstraZeneca jabs, the second most widely used vaccine in the Philippines.


Vaccines to minors 12- above


Vaccination of children might start sooner now that Pfizer now has the EUA to inoculate children aged 12 years old and above, according to the FDA chief.

China’s Sinovac has also applied for an amendment of their EUA to include children aged three to 17 years old.

The country has so far vaccinated 1.6 million health workers and 119,770 of their family members, 2.5 million senior citizens, 3 million individuals with comorbidities, 1.4 million economic frontliners, and 272, 036 indigents. 



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