A year into the coronavirus pandemic that has so far infected millions globally, several countries have already started their own vaccination programs.
In the Philippines, the government earlier targeted to start its vaccination campaign by February 2021. However, officials announced that there would be a slight delay in the arrival of the vaccines in the country due to paperwork. (READ: Here’s why COVID-19 vaccines haven’t arrived in the Philippines yet)
Meanwhile, close-in security details of President Rodrigo Duterte and some high-ranking officials were vaccinated illegally. This angered the public, as priority had been given to select individuals outside of the government's own list of target priority groups – led by frontline health workers treating COVID-19 patients.
Here's a look at the countries in the world that have started their vaccination programs:
In Southeast Asia, Myanmar, Indonesia, Singapore, and Cambodia have already started their own vaccination programs. – Rappler.com
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