"From the target of 7,095 educators, as many as 4,751 have been vaccinated," said Judid.
Educators who have received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine were 4,415 or 62.23 percent and those who got the second dose were 336 or 4.7 percent.
Meanwhile, the number of health workers who administered the first dose of the vaccine was 1,918 and as many as 1,864 had received the second vaccine from the total target of 1,437 people.
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Whereas public service 11,420 people or 54.19 percent of the total 21,072 targets had received the first vaccine and 5,176 people or 24.56 percent received the second shot.
"The target of elderly is 22,537 people and the realization is still less than five percent," added Judid.
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