Cavite Vaccinations continue for the rest of the pediatric population (ROPP) in the Association of Barangay Captains (ABC) Hall in Ospital ng Imus (ONI) compound, Bgy. Malagasang, Imus City, Cavite. Photo by Dennis Abrina

45,768 Caviteños vaxxed in 3-day 4th NVD

March 18, 2022 Dennis Abrina 149 views

TRECE MARTIRES CITY, Cavite – Cavite province has recorded around 45,768 residents belonging to A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, rest of the adult population (ROAP), and the rest of the pediatric population (ROPP) were inoculated in a 3-day National Vaccination Days (NVD) Part 4, last March 10-12, 2022.

7 cities and 16 towns logged vaccinated residents from Bacoor City with 7,444 inoculated, Dasmariñas City with 6,829, and General Trias City tallied 6,221 based on the data released by the Health Education and Promotion Unit – Department of Health (DOH) Center for Health Development CHD-Calabarzon.

While the upland towns of Ternate, Alfonso, and Bailen registered the lowest vax rate with 91,212 and 240 individuals respectively.

Cavite now has 78% of target coverage of 3,516,643 Caviteños with a total of 2,734,904 total vaccinated since it started in February 2021.

359,422 belonging to the ROPP are now fully inoculated; 429,258 aged 5-11, and 12 to 17 years old are secured with the 1st dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

While vaccination continues in every city and municipality where the vaccination team has been lowered to the barangay level to better reach the residents in their respective households.

In General Trias City (GenTri), the local health unit temporarily closed the General Trias Convention Center vaccination hub in Bgy. Sampalukan to focus on mobile vaccination in villages and public schools in pursuant to the order of DOH to intensify the vax program in each locality.

GenTri vax team now conducts inoculation in General Trias Memorial Elementary School in Barangay San Juan II, Santiago Elem. School for the pediatric population and Robinson’s Place GenTri, Vista Mall vaccination hub, and Divine Grace Hospital are open for the general population.