LIST: Local governments secure vaccine doses in advance

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — Several local government units shared the good news that they have closed deals to secure hundreds of thousands of vaccine doses for their constituents.

Majority of the local chief executives announced that they have sealed tripartite agreements with the national government for doses of Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccines, which has an efficacy rate of up to 90% for those who received a half dose followed by a full dose. Their shot is relatively cheaper. It is also easier to store and distribute since it does not need to be stored at super-cold temperatures.

Other local government units are also in talks with other vaccine manufacturers.

UK-based AstraZeneca has applied for emergency use in the Philippines. It has secured emergency use authorization from the United Kingdom and India.

The following local governments have signed advanced marketing commitments with vaccine makers, as of January 13:

Bacolod City: No details yet on the number of doses from AstraZeneca

Baguio City: AstraZeneca doses for 190,000 residents

Caloocan City: 600,000 doses from AstraZeneca

Dagupan City: 40,000 doses from AstraZeneca

Davao City: AstraZeneca doses for 1.2 million residents

Ilocos Norte: 120,000 doses from AstraZeneca

Iloilo City: 600,000 doses from AstraZeneca

Mandaluyong City: AstraZeneca doses worth ₱200 million

Makati City: 1 million doses from AstraZeneca

Manila City: 800,000 doses from AstraZeneca

Muntinlupa City: 100,000 doses from AstraZeneca

Navotas City: 100,000 doses from AstraZeneca

Ormoc City: 270,000 dozes from AstraZeneca (scheduled rollout: July)

Parañaque City: 200,000 doses from AstraZeneca

Pasig City: 400,000 doses from AstraZeneca worth P100 million

Quezon City: 1.1 million doses from AstraZeneca

San Juan City: ₱50 million allocated for AstraZeneca doses

Taguig City: No details yet on the number of doses from AstraZeneca

Valenzuela City: 640,000 doses from AstraZeneca (scheduled arrival: second half of 2021)

Vigan: 100,000 to 120,000 doses from AstraZeneca

Zamboanga City: 410,000 doses from AstraZeneca

President Rodrigo Duterte on January 6 allowed local government units to enter into tripartite agreements with the national government and vaccine manufacturers to purchase COVID-19 vaccines in advance.

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Some local government units nationwide have announced how much they would be spending for the inoculation of their residents.

Through a private sector donation, the national government separately secured an initial 2.6 million doses from AstraZeneca, which are expected to be delivered in May. Half of the purchase will go to the government, while the other half will be administered to employees of businesses that pitched in. Presidential Adviser for Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion also said there will be a second batch of orders for another 3.7 million shots.

The government aims to vaccinate 50 million to 70 million Filipinos this year.

This story will be updated as more information comes in.