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Filipino minors get vaccinated surrounded by animals

Dozens of children between the ages of 12 and 17 admire the elephants, take photos of them and tour the Manila Zoo in the Philippines. A first approach to the fauna that relaxes them and so when it comes time to get vaccinated they do it in a much more relaxed way. It is part of the local government strategy. Transform the zoo into a vaccination center for children, although reluctant adults and the elderly are also accepted. Because daily coronavirus infections are hitting records driven by the highly contagious Omicron variant. So far, the country has fully vaccinated about half of its population, but many areas outside the capital region are falling behind.

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