CITY OF MALOLOS, Bulacan — The Provincial Government of Bulacan will allocate an estimated four million Covid-19 vaccines to cover the total household population or each Bulakenyos in the province.
This was the statement of Governor Daniel R. Fernando in case vaccine against Covid-19 will become available to the general public to ensure that his fellow Bulakenyos are safe from the deadly virus.
In an interview with the governor the other day, he said that with the help of local government units of every city and municipality in Bulacan and assistance coming from the national government and the Bulacan provincial government, he will try to provide an estimated 4-million vaccines in Bulacan province.
“We are still waiting for feedback from the cities and municipalities, and from the national as well so that we know how many total vaccines will be allocated by the provincial government, but we will definitely insist that every Bulakenyo with almost four million population will have of the vaccine,” said Fernando.
Recently, the P6-billion budget allocated by the capitol for the year 2021 has been approved and this is also where the share of the provincial government Bulacan in buying the vaccine against covid will come from, only waiting for feedback from 21 municipalities and 3 cities.
As of Sunday (Jan. 10), 4 p.m., Bulacan Provincial Health Office reported that the Provincial Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (PESU) has verified a total of 20 new laboratory results. Fresh cases of 17 and 3 late case. The total number of confirmed cases verified in the province is now at 10,793.
There is no new reported death as of Sunday. The total number of COVID-19 death is still at 399. There are 7 new recovered patients.
The total number COVID-19 recovered patients are at 9,719. ( RONDA BALITA Online)