Taytay vaccination to slow down; Mayor Joric Gacula calls for volunteer vaccinators
Taytay’s COVID-19 vaccination drive will have to slow down because its healthcare workers have gotten infected with the coronavirus.
Taytay Mayor Joric Gacula announced the development on Facebook and apologized for the reduced pace of the inoculation.
“Nais po naming humingi ng paumanhin sa lahat na maaantala po ang ating pagbabakuna laban sa covid sa kadahilanan po na ang ating mga health care workers ay may mga karamdaman na din . Ang atin pong resbakuna ay pansamantalang babagal,” Gacula posted.
He also aired an appeal for volunteers to join the vaccination drive.
He called on nurses, midwives, and dentists to provide their services to help protect the public.
Those who are interested could get in touch with his office, he said.
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