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    Second batch of China-donated COVID-19 vaccines arrives in Manila(1/3)

    2021-03-24 17:43:58 Ecns.cn Editor :Cheng Zizhuo
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    Health Secretary Francisco Duque III (R1), vaccine czar Carlito Galvez Jr. (L1), Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian (L2), and Senator Bong Go, chairman of the Senate Committee on Health (R2) welcome the second batch of China-donated COVID-19 vaccines at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), the Philippines, March 24, 2021. The Philippines on Wednesday morning receives the second batch of Sinovac vaccines donated by China. Senior officials from China and the Philippines attended a handover ceremony of donated vaccines. (Photo provided to China News Service)

    China delivered a first batch of donated Sinovac vaccines to the Philippines on Feb. 28. The 600,000 doses were used on the official rollout of the government's vaccination program in the following day. The Philippines aims to inoculate up to 70 million people this year to achieve herd immunity.

    Sinovac vaccines donated by China are seen at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), the Philippines, March 24, 2021. (Photo provided to China News Service)

    The Philippines on Wednesday morning receives the second batch of Sinovac vaccines donated by China. Health Secretary Francisco Duque III, vaccine czar Carlito Galvez Jr., Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian, and Senator Bong Go, chairman of the Senate Committee on Health attended a handover ceremony of donated vaccines.

    China delivered a first batch of donated Sinovac vaccines to the Philippines on Feb. 28. The 600,000 doses were used on the official rollout of the government's vaccination program in the following day. The Philippines aims to inoculate up to 70 million people this year to achieve herd immunity.

    Health Secretary Francisco Duque III (Front, L), vaccine czar Carlito Galvez Jr.(Back, R), Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian (Front, R) and Senator Bong Go, chairman of the Senate Committee on Health (Back, L) attend a handover ceremony of the second batch of China-donated COVID-19 vaccines at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA), the Philippines, March 24, 2021. (Photo provided to China News Service)

    The Philippines on Wednesday morning receives a new batch of Sinovac vaccines donated by China, after the country received its first batch on Feb. 28. The first 600,000 doses were used on the official rollout of the government's vaccination program in the following day. The Philippines aims to inoculate up to 70 million people this year to achieve herd immunity.

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