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The Philippine Ministry of Health said. Meet passengers arriving from the UAE infected with COVID-19. The first new species in the country And now the authorities are following other passengers From the same flight
The ministry's statement said the infected person arrived in the Philippines on Jan. 7 and has been detained.


 
The Philippines reported 146 additional COVID-19   slotxo  deaths, the highest record since Sept. 14, 2020, and the number of deaths has increased. Exceeded the 100 digits for 2 consecutive days, while the total number of cases exceeded 492,000.


Garlicito Galvez, Chair of the COVID-19 Control and Prevention Working Group Of the Philippines, speaking via television that Philippines to sign agreement to import vaccine against COVID-19 Developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford, the first lot of vaccines will arrive this quarter. Private companies and Philippine officials are helping the central government provide AstraZeneca's vaccines.


Mr. Galvez stated that The first two vaccines to arrive in the Philippines are: Pfizer's vaccine, which will be obtained through the World Health Organization (WHO) COVAX program and Sinovac vaccine. Chinese biotech The Philippines aims to buy 148 million doses of the vaccine this year. To carry out injections to more than half of the country's population this year.