Batangas gets cold storage equipment from Japan through Unicef
The Batangas government has received new storage equipment that it could use to keep vaccines.
The equipment came from Japan and was coursed through the United Nations Children’s Fund.
The walk-in cold storage has been installed at the DREAM Zone, Capitol Compound in Batangas City.
It would be able to store 9,300 liters of vaccines, including those for COVID-19, tuberculosis, polio, and measles.
Batangas Provincial Health Officer Rosvilinda Ozaeta led the inspection of the equipment and received it in behalf of the province.
The province is one of the recipients of the equipment from the Calabarzon region.
The others are Rizal and Laguna.
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