China News Service, January 18. According to the Philippine "World Daily" WeChat public account "Philippines Express", on January 17, local time, the Philippine Department of Health released a list for those who want to receive vaccine boosters but have It is used by individuals who are infected with the new coronavirus or have related symptoms to help people strengthen their immunity.

  The list of people who can receive vaccine boosters is as follows:

  1) 3 months after the second dose of AstraZeneca, Moderna, Pfizer, Sinovac, and Russian Satellite 5 vaccine or 2 months after the first dose of Jonsson vaccine;

  2) Suspected cases, asymptomatic and mild cases who have been fully vaccinated and completed the prescribed 7-day quarantine period;

  3) Those with moderate symptoms who have been isolated for at least 10 days, regardless of whether they have been vaccinated;

  4) Severe, critically ill, and immunocompromised patients who have been quarantined for at least 21 days, regardless of whether they have been vaccinated;

  5) The above-mentioned people have no fever in the past 24 hours, and have not taken antipyretics or antipyretics to reduce the fever;

  6) The respiratory symptoms of the above-mentioned people have improved.

  The Philippine Department of Health said in a statement that if people meet the points in the above list, they can go for a vaccine booster.

When receiving vaccine boosters, people need to follow the most basic public health standards.