ANGELES CITY – The local government unit of Angeles City reported no new confirmed COVID-19 cases for the sixth time on November 28, as confirmed by Mayor Carmelo “Pogi” Lazatin Jr.
Recorded dates without new confirmed cases include November 16, 17, 21, 23, 26, and 28.
Since October 2021, the city has experienced a gradual decrease in the number of active cases due to the city government’s vigorous vaccination coordinated by Mayor Lazatin.
In accordance with this, the 100-bed capacity isolation facility of Angeles City, housed within the City College of Angeles (CCA), has been spotted free of patients—a first since the pandemic took place in 2020, and is now used as a vaccination site, alongside Angeles City National High School.
As part of the intensive vaccination drive, the Angeles City Government announced on Sunday via the City Information Office Angeles City’s Facebook page the acceptance of walk-ins for vaccination of people aged 12 to 17 years old, as well as the schedules and vaccination sites.
As of November 28, the city has administered 244,587 full vaccinations, 304,716 first dose vaccinations, and 77 booster doses.
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