The Muntinlupa City government has already vaccinated 36 percent of the target population as it continued to ramp up its daily output.
As of June 30, a total of 139,942 individuals received their first dose of the vaccine, equivalent to 36.28 percent of the target Muntinlupa population of 385,725, or 70 percent of the estimated 551,036 set by government to achieve the so-called herd immunity.
In addition, 37,215 individuals of the 139,942, or 26.6 percent, have been fully vaccinated after receiving their second dose.
Of the 139,942 who received the first dose, 10,674 or 7.62 percent belonged to A1 (health workers); 18,462 or 13.2 percent to A2 (senior citizens); 63,510 or 45.38 percent to A3 (persons with comorbidities); 40,727 or 29.1 percent to A4 (essential workers), and 6,569 or 4.7 percent to A5 (poor population).
By vaccine, 93,337 individuals or 66.7 percent were given Sinovac Life Sciences’ CoronaVac; 24,564 or 17.55 percent with Pfizer-BioNTech; 19,062 or 13.62 percent with AstraZeneca; and 2,979 or 2.13 percent with Sputnik V.
Among the 37,215 recipients of the second dose, 3,156 are A1, 8,231 are A2, 25,111 are A3, 291 are A4, and 426 others who got the jab at a hospital.
Muntinlupa Mayor Jaime Fresnedi had previously said the city government was aiming to finish vaccinating the target population of the city by November.
The city has seven vaccination hubs: SM Center Muntinlupa, Festival Mall upper ground floor parking, Ayala Malls South Park, Brgy. Sucat covered court, new Cupang Health Center, De La Salle Santiago Zobel School and Biazon covered court at Southville 3 housing project.
Last June 25, former President Fidel V. Ramos became fully vaccinated after getting his second dose of CoronaVac at De La Salle Santiago Zobel School in Ayala Alabang Village.
Broadway star Lea Salonga and celebrity couple Aga Muhlach and Charlene Gonzalez, all residents of Ayala Alabang Village, also got vaccinated in Muntinlupa.
The public is encouraged to register online via www.vaccine.muntinlupacity.gov.ph/muncovac to receive a schedule in one of the city’s vaccination sites.