Mandauehanons urged to get booster shots

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MANDAUE City's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) deputy chief, Dr. Ligaya Lakambini Dargantes, urges people to get their booster shots to protect themselves against any new Covid variants that might come out.

In her talk with reporters on Friday, June 17, 2022, Dargantes said people having complete booster shots will help prevent a resurgence of Covid cases.

Mandaue City has no new cases of Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) and below five percent positivity rate.

On June 2, Dr. Debra Maria Catulong, Mandaue City health officer, said they launched a house-to-house vaccination campaign in the last week of April as they noticed a drastic decrease in people who go to vaccination sites.

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