Lazatin meets with Neoart Corp. for vaccination of essential workers in Brgy. Sapalibutad

Administrative Officers Annabelle Lumanog and Noemi Esperanza to discuss the vaccination of the essential workers located in Barangay Sapalibutad.

Mayor Lazatin was joined by Gender and Development Officer Mina Cabiles and Sapalibutad Kagawad Edwin Yanga.According to Esperenza and Lumanog, 90 percent of their essential workers are Angeleños.

Last April 2021, the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases approved the recommendation to add more sectors under the A4 priority group.

Private sector workers required to be physically present at their designated workplace outside their residences are included in the A4 vaccine priority list.This is part of the city government of Angeles aim to achieve herd immunity against COVID-19 by November 2021, as it beefs up its vaccination program.

“With the current capacity of 6,000 pax per day, it will just take us a maximum of five months to attain herd immunity. I am also proud to announce that the Department of Health (DOH) has given Angeles City a ‘green status,’ meaning our inoculation system is very efficient,” Mayor Lazatin said during his second State of the City Address. —Photos by Kim Tayag

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