Here's the progress of the Philippines' vaccination program.
Total doses delivered, as of July 17, 2021
There have been 33 batches of vaccines delivered to the Philippines so far.
Fifteen of them were from China's Sinovac, the first of which arrived on February 28. So far, a total of 14,500,000 Sinovac vaccine doses have been delivered to the Philippines. The first two sets were donations, while the rest were procured by the national and local governments, as well as the private sector.
Another batch of 1.12 million AstraZeneca doses were donated by Japan on July 8. Meanwhile, the 6th batch of 1.15 million doses were procured by the private sector.
Two batches of Johnson & Johnson vaccines amounting to 3,240,850 doses were donated by the United States. The first batch arrived in the country on July 16, then the other the following day.
Meanwhile, a combined 2,472,210 Pfizer vaccine doses from the COVAX facility came in two batches, the first of which arrived on May 10.
Two sets of Moderna vaccine doses totaling 500,400 have been delivered, since June 27. This includes 111,600 doses for the private sector.
Six batches of Sputnik V vaccine doses totaling 350,000 purchased from Russia have also arrived, with the first received on May 1.
Total doses administered out of those available, as of July 25, 2021
Around 10.08% of the country's population have received the first of two doses of the vaccine. Meanwhile, those who have taken both jabs represent around 5.53% of the population.
The chart below tracks the progress of the vaccination program per week in terms of the share of the population already vaccinated.
Among 10 countries in Southeast Asia, the Philippines ranked third to the last as of July 25 in terms of all vaccine doses administered per 100 people.
The map below shows the percentage of Filipinos per region who have received the 1st dose of the vaccine, as of June 27. You may also hover and click on the region to see more details, like the number of fully vaccinated Filipinos.
– maps and charts by Michael Bueza, with reports from Sofia Tomacruz/Rappler.com
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