By Helen Castaño | 02:41 PM August 06, 2021

Residents stood in long lines at the Camp Francisco Dagohoy Headquarters on Friday, Aug. 6, 2021, to get vaccinated against the coronavirus as part of Bohol’s inoculation campaign.

People have waited in line at Camp Francisco Dagohoy Headquarters (CFDH) to get vaccinated on Friday, Aug. 6.

The Department of Health and the provincial government of Bohol partnered to open a Community Vaccination Clinic today in CFDH’s multi-purpose center.

The event was targeting A1 (medical frontliners), A2 (senior citizens), A3 (persons with comorbidity) and A4 (essential workers) priority groups.

Marlon (family name withheld upon his request), who works in a restaurant, said he waited in line for about 4 hours before he received his vaccine.

The que was already long when he arrived at 6 a.m. Others came at 3 a. m. early.

As of August 5, there were 191,541 residents vaccinated. The province received 230,080 vaccines.

By Bohol Island News

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