September 27, 2021

PNPの約半数がワクチン接種済

フィリピン国家警察の約半数(48%)がワクチンの接種を完了していると発表がありました。また、接種を受けた人の93%のうち、約45%が2回目の接種を待っているようです。

マニラ首都圏では、97%の警察官のうち63%が完全に接種済です。

NCRPO(首都圏警察)では、特に検問所に配置されている警察官が予防接種を完了しているようです。

警察が街で警備を取り締まっている分、警察の命も守られるべきです。ワクチン接種が早まることを期待します。

以下、ABS-CBN NEWSより

Nearly half of PNP fully vaccinated vs COVID-19: chief

MANILA – Nearly half or 48 percent of the Philippine National Police are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, its chief said Monday.

Out of the 93 percent that have received a jab, some 45 percent are waiting for their second dose, said PNP chief Gen. Guillermo Eleazar.

In Metro Manila, 63 percent out of 97 percent of its police force have been fully inoculated, he added.

“Sa NCRPO (National Capital Region Police Office) specifically, we see to it na yung ating mga pulis na nadedeploy, lalo na sa mga checkpoint natin, ay fully vaccinated,” he told ABS-CBN’s Teleradyo.

(In NCRPO specifically, we see to it that policemen deployed, especially in checkpoints, are fully vaccinated.)

Eleazar made the remarks after the Inter-Agency Task Force approved the implementation of granular lockdowns across the capital region instead of enforcing a quarantine status.

Under granular lockdowns, policemen are expected to man checkpoints along with force multipliers, Eleazar said.

PNP personnel to be deployed in these areas must wait for their COVID-19 test results, he added.

“Hindi na po mauulit nag nangyari noon sa SONA na habang naghihintay ng resulta ay nasa deployment ka,” he said.

(What happened last SONA will not occur again, that while waiting for their test results, personnel were deployed.)

Some 35,703 policemen have contracted COVID-19 as of Sunday night, of which 2,238 cases remain active, according to Eleazar.

A total of 108 or 0.3 percent of the cases have died, while the PNP has a 93.4 percent recovery rate, he added.