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‘Bivalent Oral Polio Vaccine Supplemental Immunization Activity 2024’

‘Bivalent Oral Polio Vaccine Supplemental Immunization Activity 2024’
Fact: The World Health Organization risk assessment for 2022-2023 showed that the Philippines is still considered at risk for polio outbreaks, with 24 out of 81 provinces considered high-risk.
The campaign on bivalent oral polio vaccine and routine immunization is to help ensure the protection of children against poliomyelitis (pagkalumpo).

‘Vaccine save lives and prevent disabilities from diseases. Vaccines give our children a good start at life so they can grow to be healthy, productive adults in the future. Therefore, no child should be left behind,” – Sec. Duque
The activity started on April 05, 2024, launching of bOPV SIA. Then, followed by strategic House-to-house vaccination in all barangay of SAN ANTONIO, ZAMBALES. Kudos to our Municipal Mayor Dr. Edzel L. Lonzanida and Councils, our DMO V — Dr. Jesse Fantone, our DOH-Representative — Ma’am Helen D. Luna, our MHO — Dr. Jerald John A. Quintero, our deployed RHP — Dr. Patrick T. Janapin, our PHN’s — Ma’am Rufina Albino and Emelyn Sabio, our RHU Midwives, to all deployed DOH-HRH, to all Brgy. Chairman and councils, BNS and BHW’s. Maraming salamat sa pagtulong at pagsuporta!

Lists of accomplished barangay in Supplemental Immunization Activity which covered children ages 0-12 mos (routine vaccination), 13-23 mos. (catch-up doses and defaulters tracking), 24-59 mos. (Supplemental dose of OPV) ;

April 11, 2024 – BURGOS
April 12, 2024 – SANTIAGO & SAN GREGORIO
April 15, 2024 – ANGELES & SAN ESTEBAN
April 16, 2024 – LUNA & ANTIPOLO
April 18, 2024 – PUNDAQUIT
April 19, 2024 – SAN NICOLAS & SAN MIGUEL
April 22, 2024 – RIZAL & SAN JUAN (consider it done on Monday)

Para sa mga edad na nabanggit na hindi pa nabigyan ng bakuna, hinihikayat po namin ang bawat magulang na pabakunahan ang inyong mga anak upang sila ay mabigyan ng sapat na proteksyon kontra POLIO.
Tuloy-tuloy ang ating serbisyong pangkalusugan sa komunidad, hindi alintana ang init ng panahon para kayo ay mabigyan ng proteksyon.
‘To serve the community is our mandate. The utilization of deployed DOH-HRH is making a big impact in community health.’

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