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Delivery of China-made vaccines to help revive Philippine economy: president

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Manila, Philippines - Feb 28, 2021 (Philippine Presidential Communications - No access Chinese mainland )
1. Cargo plane
2. Various of ground crew directing plane
3. Sinovac vaccines loaded on cargo plane
4. Various of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, Chinese Ambassador to Philippines Huang Xilian greeting each other, talking, other officials
5. Duterte (R), Huang (L) greetings with fist bump, posing for photos
6. Duterte holding vaccine
7. Various of press briefing in progress
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Rodrigo Duterte, Phlippine President:
"Everybody is afraid to go out because of the absence of the vaccine. But with the help of China, and please convey my gratitude, xiexie, to the Chinese government and people."
9. Press briefing in progress
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Rodrigo Duterte, Philippine President:
"I would like to thank and to travel to China even one day just to tell President Xi Jinping thank you."

FILE: Philippines - Dec 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
11. Various of local residents
12. Various of pedestrians, traffic

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The China-donated COVID-19 vaccines will help the Philippines to revive its economy, said President Rodrigo Duterte at a press briefing on Sunday following the arrival of the first batch of vaccines.

At the press briefing, Duterte said the vaccines "would greatly help in the recovery of the economy" and thanked the Chinese government and people for their help.

"Everybody is afraid to go out because of the absence of the vaccine. But with the help of China, and please convey my gratitude, xiexie, to the Chinese government and people," said the president.

Duterte said the Chinese government and people not only respect others but also have the "love for mankind" as Chinese President Xi Jinping had said the country will make vaccines public goods that are truly accessible and affordable to people in all countries.

He said he wanted to thank Xi for the help.

"I would like to thank and to travel to China even one day just to tell President Xi Jinping thank you," said Duterte.

The batch of the Sinovac's CoronaVac vaccines donated by China arrived in the Philippines on Sunday, the first COVID-19 vaccine to reach the Southeast Asian country.

Duterte, Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian and other officials attended a handover ceremony of the vaccines at a Philippine Air Force base in the capital city of Manila.

The Philippines will officially kick off the COVID-19 vaccine rollout on Monday using the CoronaVac vaccines, the country's Department of Health (DOH) said on the same day.

The DOH reported on Sunday 2,113 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the Southeast Asian country to 576,352.

The death toll climbed to 12,318 after 29 more patients died from the viral disease, the DOH said, adding that 9,418 more patients recovered, raising the total number of recoveries to 534,271.

The Philippines, which has about 110 million population, has tested over 8 million people since the disease emerged in January last year.


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Philippines-Coronavirus/Vaccine

Delivery of China-made vaccines to help revive Philippine economy: president

Dateline : Feb 28, 2021/File

Location : Philippines

Duration : 2'05

  • English
  • العربية
  • Español
  • 日本語


Manila, Philippines - Feb 28, 2021 (Philippine Presidential Communications - No access Chinese mainland )
1. Cargo plane
2. Various of ground crew directing plane
3. Sinovac vaccines loaded on cargo plane
4. Various of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, Chinese Ambassador to Philippines Huang Xilian greeting each other, talking, other officials
5. Duterte (R), Huang (L) greetings with fist bump, posing for photos
6. Duterte holding vaccine
7. Various of press briefing in progress
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Rodrigo Duterte, Phlippine President:
"Everybody is afraid to go out because of the absence of the vaccine. But with the help of China, and please convey my gratitude, xiexie, to the Chinese government and people."
9. Press briefing in progress
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Rodrigo Duterte, Philippine President:
"I would like to thank and to travel to China even one day just to tell President Xi Jinping thank you."

FILE: Philippines - Dec 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
11. Various of local residents
12. Various of pedestrians, traffic


The China-donated COVID-19 vaccines will help the Philippines to revive its economy, said President Rodrigo Duterte at a press briefing on Sunday following the arrival of the first batch of vaccines.

At the press briefing, Duterte said the vaccines "would greatly help in the recovery of the economy" and thanked the Chinese government and people for their help.

"Everybody is afraid to go out because of the absence of the vaccine. But with the help of China, and please convey my gratitude, xiexie, to the Chinese government and people," said the president.

Duterte said the Chinese government and people not only respect others but also have the "love for mankind" as Chinese President Xi Jinping had said the country will make vaccines public goods that are truly accessible and affordable to people in all countries.

He said he wanted to thank Xi for the help.

"I would like to thank and to travel to China even one day just to tell President Xi Jinping thank you," said Duterte.

The batch of the Sinovac's CoronaVac vaccines donated by China arrived in the Philippines on Sunday, the first COVID-19 vaccine to reach the Southeast Asian country.

Duterte, Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Huang Xilian and other officials attended a handover ceremony of the vaccines at a Philippine Air Force base in the capital city of Manila.

The Philippines will officially kick off the COVID-19 vaccine rollout on Monday using the CoronaVac vaccines, the country's Department of Health (DOH) said on the same day.

The DOH reported on Sunday 2,113 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the Southeast Asian country to 576,352.

The death toll climbed to 12,318 after 29 more patients died from the viral disease, the DOH said, adding that 9,418 more patients recovered, raising the total number of recoveries to 534,271.

The Philippines, which has about 110 million population, has tested over 8 million people since the disease emerged in January last year.


ID : 8179668

Published : 2021-03-01 09:29

Last Modified : 2021-03-01 16:42:55

Source : China Central Television (CCTV),Other

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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