BMC chief receives first dose of Astra Zeneca-produced COVID-19 vaccine

BMC's health personnel wait for their turn to be vaccinated at the BMC Vaccination area, March 12, 2021. (Photo: JRMadrid, PIA5/Camarines Sur)

NAGA CITY, Mar 12 (PIA) – Bicol Medical Center (BMC) Chief, Dr. Francisco Sales III, led today’s inoculation of the Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine (AZD1222) to the hospital’s medical frontliners and employees as the government’s vaccination program continues.  

BMC Health personnel receives first COVID-19 jab as vaccination rolls off

NAGA CITY, Mar. 5 (PIA) – With the hashtag We Got Vaccinated #StopTheSpread, Bicol Medical Center (BMC) headed by its medical doctors and medical personnel, got the first jab of CoronaVac today as a manifestation of assuring the people that getting vaccinated is one way of putting a halt to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Photos: (far left, upper part-Department of Health’s (DOH) Provincial Officer in Camarines Sur, Dr. Rey Millena ; upper right- Dr. Mary Jane Uy, Chief of Medical Professional Staff; (lower left - Wilhelmina De Castro, Asst. Chief Nurse, Clinical Service and Medical Division and (lower right) Dr. Jovanne Zenarosa, Medical Staff Organization. (JRMadrid-PIA5/Camarines Sur)

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