Marcos, DOH eyes mass vaccination for students

Newly-elected Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. wants to ensure the continuation of mass vaccination as the Department of Education plans to fully reopen all schools in November. The report on this was written by ArgyllCyrus Geducos and published by the Manila Bulletin last July 6, 2022.

In a statement released by Communications Secretary Trixie Cruz-Angeles, she said that vaccination is an “essential part of returning to face-to-face classes”.

Editor’s Note: We know that the number of vaccinated students in the Philippines has not risen up in recent weeks. Also, despite the approval of booster shots for children aged 12 to 17 years, very few are lining up to take them [see DOH Wants Vaccine Sites In Schools Due To Low Vaccination Rate Among Pediatric Group, DOH Approves COVID Boosters For Minors].

Will Marcos require vaccination before children can join face-to-face classes? [Read Will Bongbong Marcos Make Vaccination Mandatory for Students? Also read Bongbong Marcos Wants an Immunization Registry System in Every LGU].

What kind of vaccination regime will he impose this time? Just like the rest of the Philippines, we are all waiting for answers, but we have very little hope that Marcos has the courage to stand against the globalists.

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