Muntinlupa’s full vaccination rate reaches 109%; active cases of Covid-19 up to 7 – Manila Bulletin

Muntinlupa City’s vaccination campaign has reached more than 482,000 fully vaccinated people while its active Covid-19 cases have fallen to seven.

City Health Office data showed that as of March 30, 482,464 adults had been fully immunized, or 109% of the target population of 442,517.

Muntinlupa vaccination in September 2021 (Muntinlupa PIO)

The target population is 80% of the estimated total population of 553,146 in Muntinlupa in 2022, based on data from the Department of Health (DOH).

By barangay, Buli, the smallest, has the highest full vaccination rate with 147% of the target population, followed by Alabang, 122%; Tunasan, 117%; Cupang, 102%; Ayala Alabang, 101%; Putatan, 98%; Bayanan, 97%; Population, 96%; and Sucat, 84 percent.

On the other hand, 508,844 individuals received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, i.e. 115% of the target population.

In addition, 115,435 adults received booster shots of Muntinlupa, representing 26% of the target population and 24% of fully vaccinated individuals.

Of the population aged 5-11 in Muntinlupa, 7,483 are now fully immunized, or 11% of the estimated population of 68,198. A total of 12,571 people have received their first dose, or 18% of the total population.

In the 12-17 age group, 38,048 are now fully immunized, or 67% of the total population of 56,499. In contrast, 40,375 have received their first dose, or 71% of the population.

As of March 31, Muntinlupa City had seven active cases of Covid-19, including two new cases, two new recoveries and zero deaths.

Of the nine barangays, six have no active cases: Tunasan, Putatan, Bayanan, Ayala Alabang, Buli and Sucat.

Of the seven active cases, five are listed in Alabang and one in Poblacion and Cupang.

Muntinlupa has 39,904 confirmed cases, 39,283 recoveries and 614 deaths since the start of the pandemic in 2020.



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