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Navotas once again beat its own record for lowest active cases.

From 17 on 8 November 2021, Navotas logged 14 active cases on Tuesday.

The City Health Office received 108 swab test results from the Philippine Red Cross, which all turned out negative.

"Wish granted. We've prayed and worked hard for our numbers to go down. This shows that all our efforts and sacrifices have borne fruit," Mayor Toby Tiangco said.

"We cannot thank enough all our frontliners for their steadfast service to the city, and every Navoteño for doing their part in preventing the spread of COVID. Let us continue to keep each other safe by following the health protocols and getting ourselves vaccinated," he added.

Tiangco said Navotas will start the roll out of booster shots for seniors and persons with comorbidity on 24 November.

Interested residents and employees of Navotas may set their vaccination appointment at https://covax.navotas.gov.ph/

He also urged parents of students residing or studying in Navotas to get their children vaccinated.

"We allotted 450 slots for the sites intended for pediatric vaccination. Get your children ages 12-17 years old vaccinated soon so they will be ready once face-to-face classes start. To keep our students safe, we will allow only those who have received complete doses of COVID vaccine to join the classes," he reminded.

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