The Philippines has administered more than 10 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines as of June 27, the National Task Force (NTF) Against Covid-19 said on Monday.

According to the latest NTF data, 10,065,414 doses have been administered in the country.

The number translates to 7,538,128 first-dose recipients and 2,527,286 fully vaccinated Filipinos.

The daily average of vaccine doses administered from June 21 to 27 was 236,867, the NTF said.

The 1,658,072 total doses administered in the seven-day span was the highest for any week since the government commenced the vaccination program in March.

A total of 1,131,498 medical frontliners have been fully vaccinated against the virus.

Of the A2 priority group composed of senior citizens, 2,288,221 have received their first doses while 672,602 have been fully vaccinated.

More than 2.5 million people with co-morbidities (A4 priority group) have received their initial jabs, with 710,846 completing their two-dose inoculations.

The number of fully vaccinated frontliners in essential services was 12,340. A total of829,662 were first-dose recipients.

About 150,000 individuals under the A5 or poor population category have received their first doses. None have been fully vaccinated so far.

The country has recorded 1,403,588 Covid-19 cases as of June 28. John Ezekiel J. Hirro