“They should allow themselves to get vaccinated because without their cooperation and their acceptance and if they don’t embrace this vaccination programs, where else do we go?” Leonardia said.
Leonardia also disclosed at the LCC- LCP webinar that members of the private sector also expressed their intention to help strengthen the information education campaign (IEC) of Bacolod on public acceptance of the vaccines.
The Bacolod Vaccination Council (CoVaC) had launched on Monday (February 22) its daily interactive webinar to answer questions from the public about the COVID-19 vaccines. The series of webinars feature medical doctors who have expertise on vaccines.
Lectures and training for the vaccinators who will administer COVID-19 vaccines have also been conducted.*