FIRST ROUND PNEUMONIA VACCINATION IN MISAMIS ORIENTAL SUCCESSFUL By Rejiann Ammor R. Maygay

Posted: January 25, 2022

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THE first round inoculation against pneumonia in Misamis Oriental on January 8, 2022 at the Provincial Capitol grounds was a success with fire volunteers and members of the Philippine National Police got the jabs of the 500 Pneumococcal vaccines donated by the Batch 8 Brotherhood, Inc. in partnership with Tingog Party List.

Dubbed: “Alay sa Kapwa – Libreng Bakuna sa Pneumonia”, the vaccination was performed by medical experts from Misamis Oriental’s Provincial Health Office headed by Dr. Jerie Calingasan.

Governor Bambi Emano and the benefactors exchanged gratitude for the vaccines and the conduct of the vaccination, saying the beneficiaries are considered frontliners who need protection as well from virus infection especially in this time of COVID-19 pandemic.

The Pneumococcal vaccine, according to health experts, is the immunity against pneumonia.

“These vaccine is a great help. Supposedly 200 lamang ang mabibigay pero nang dahil kay Gov. Bambi, ginawang 500 vials. In behalf sa Tingod Party List, maraming salamat Gov. Bambi,” Batch 8 Brotherhood Inc. president Johnny Uy said.

Governor Emano, Uy, BFP-10 Deputy Regional Director for Administration FSupt. Rexcliburn L. Salvaña, Acting Fire Provincial Director Chief Inspector Wilfredo A. David, and 2nd PMFC- MisOr Commander PLtCol Mardy Hortillasa II joined the inoculation event at the Capitol.

Also present were PDRRMO Head Mr. Fernando Vincent Q. Dy, Provincial Veterinary Head Dr. Benjamin Resma and Capitol employees.

“Today in front of me is what I call the modern day heroes in the Republic of the Philippines. You fought every day as you leave your houses and every day you put your life at risk. And for that, I and my people in the province could never thank you enough. I salute you for your dedication and sacrifices to service,” Governor Emano said in his speech.