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San Pablo Councilor Karla Adajar pushes vaccine procurement for frontline workers and senior citizens

Jan 8, 2021 @ 11:51
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San Pablo may not be the richest municipality, but this is no reason not to take care of its front line workers and vulnerable residents amid the pandemic, according to Councilor Karla Adajar.

In a Facebook post, Adajar said she has proposed the allocation of a fund to support the national government’s call for a pooled fund to buy COVID 19 vaccines.

San Pablo may not be able to purchase many doses, but it should prioritize senior citizens, medical health workers, and the vulnerable, she said.

It may not have deep pockets, but San Pablo could procure the vaccines by being thrifty and smart with its spending.

Spend wisely!

“PONDO PARA SA BAKUNA! Inihain natin sa unang Regular na Sesyon ng taon 2021 bilang committee Chairman ng Committee for the Welfare and Protection of Family, Children, Senior Citizens and Persons with disability na paghandaan at maglaan ng siguradong pondo para makasuporta sa panawagan ng National na Pamahalaan sa pooled fund na gagamitin sa pagbili ng Covid 19 Vaccine.

Hiniling natin na bagamat limitado lamang ang kakayaning mabili ng ating Pamahalaang Lunsod ay unahing maglaan para sa mga Senior Citizens, Medical Health Workers at sa vulnerable sector ng ating Lunsod.

Kako, Maliit lamang ang pondo ng ating Lunsod kumpara sa naglalakihang pondo ng ibang mga karatig lunsod at sa Kamaynilaan, ganun pa man sa masinop at sa matalinong paggasta ng pondo maihahatid natin natin ang para sa tao,” Adajar posted.

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