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In this handout photo provided by the Malacanang Presidential Photographers Division, Boxes with Sinovac vaccines from China are transported as it arrives at the Villamor Air Base in Manila, Philippines on Sunday February 28, 2021. The Philippines received its first batch of COVID-19 vaccine Sunday, among the last in Southeast Asia to secure the critical doses despite having the second-highest number of coronavirus infections and deaths in the hard-hit region. (Photo by King Rodriguez/Malacanang Presidential Photographers Division via AP Photo)

In this handout photo provided by the Malacanang Presidential Photographers Division, Boxes with Sinovac vaccines from China are transported as it arrives at the Villamor Air Base in Manila, Philippines on Sunday February 28, 2021. The Philippines received its first batch of COVID-19 vaccine Sunday, among the last in Southeast Asia to secure the critical doses despite having the second-highest number of coronavirus infections and deaths in the hard-hit region. (Photo by King Rodriguez/Malacanang Presidential Photographers Division via AP Photo)

A food vendor looks out from a protective plastic sheet across the road from a street under lockdown following a spike in COVID-19 positive cases in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, 15 March 2021. One year after the Philippine capital of Metro Manila first went into a month-long lockdown due to COVID-19 and despite the recent arrival of vaccine shipments, selected areas in small communities have reverted to lockdown status to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. Security checkpoints on the borders of the capital and neighboring provinces continue to operate in order to deter unwarranted travel amid the pandemic. (Photo by Rolex Dela Pena/EPA/EFE)

A food vendor looks out from a protective plastic sheet across the road from a street under lockdown following a spike in COVID-19 positive cases in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, 15 March 2021. One year after the Philippine capital of Metro Manila first went into a month-long lockdown due to COVID-19 and despite the recent arrival of vaccine shipments, selected areas in small communities have reverted to lockdown status to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. Security checkpoints on the borders of the capital and neighboring provinces continue to operate in order to deter unwarranted travel amid the pandemic. (Photo by Rolex Dela Pena/EPA/EFE)

Residents wearing protective masks carry belongings outside a village that was placed under lockdown due to the number of COVID-19 cases among residents in Manila, Philippines on Thursday, March 11, 2021. The Philippine capital placed two villages and two hotels on lockdown Thursday and police have renewed warnings against kissing and other “public display of affection” after a new surge in coronavirus infections. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

Residents wearing protective masks carry belongings outside a village that was placed under lockdown due to the number of COVID-19 cases among residents in Manila, Philippines on Thursday, March 11, 2021. The Philippine capital placed two villages and two hotels on lockdown Thursday and police have renewed warnings against kissing and other “public display of affection” after a new surge in coronavirus infections. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

Various migratory birds are seen perched on bamboo stilts at the Las Pinas-Paranaque Wetland Park in Las Pinas City, the Philippines on March 3, 2021. The World Wildlife Day is observed on March 3 every year to raise the awareness on the world's wild animals and plants. (Photo by Xinhua News Agency/Rex Features/Shutterstock)

Various migratory birds are seen perched on bamboo stilts at the Las Pinas-Paranaque Wetland Park in Las Pinas City, the Philippines on March 3, 2021. The World Wildlife Day is observed on March 3 every year to raise the awareness on the world’s wild animals and plants. (Photo by Xinhua News Agency/Rex Features/Shutterstock)

Members of a women's rights group deface an image of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during a protest near the presidential palace on International Women's Day in Manila on March 8, 2021. (Photo by Ted Aljibe/AFP Photo)

Members of a women’s rights group deface an image of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte during a protest near the presidential palace on International Women’s Day in Manila on March 8, 2021. (Photo by Ted Aljibe/AFP Photo)

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III, right, injects China's Sinovac vaccine on Filipino doctor Eileen Aniceto during the first batch of vaccination at the Lung Center of the Philippines in Quezon city, Philippines on Monday, March 1, 2021. The Philippines launched a vaccination campaign Monday to contain one of Southeast Asia's worst coronavirus outbreaks but faces supply problems and public resistance, which it hopes to ease by inoculating top officials. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III, right, injects China’s Sinovac vaccine on Filipino doctor Eileen Aniceto during the first batch of vaccination at the Lung Center of the Philippines in Quezon city, Philippines on Monday, March 1, 2021. The Philippines launched a vaccination campaign Monday to contain one of Southeast Asia’s worst coronavirus outbreaks but faces supply problems and public resistance, which it hopes to ease by inoculating top officials. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

Filipino families flock to a makeshift beach in the polluted waters of Manila bay, to escape the summer heat on March 7, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. A makeshift beach in Manilas slum village of Baseco was opened to the public as the country enters the summer season in the month of March. As public gathering restrictions are still in place due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the beach is only open for two hours in the early morning every Sunday. (Photo by Jes Aznar/Getty Images)

Filipino families flock to a makeshift beach in the polluted waters of Manila bay, to escape the summer heat on March 7, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. A makeshift beach in Manilas slum village of Baseco was opened to the public as the country enters the summer season in the month of March. As public gathering restrictions are still in place due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the beach is only open for two hours in the early morning every Sunday. (Photo by Jes Aznar/Getty Images)

Health workers wearing protective suits prepare to enter a hotel that was placed under lockdown due to the number of COVID-19 cases among residents in Manila, Philippines on Thursday, March 11, 2021. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

Health workers wearing protective suits prepare to enter a hotel that was placed under lockdown due to the number of COVID-19 cases among residents in Manila, Philippines on Thursday, March 11, 2021. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

Registered teachers wearing face masks and shields against Covid-19, conduct a teleconferencing with stuggling students helping them in their school lessons through online distant learning at a local government-sanctioned online tutorial class in Taguig City, south of Manila on March 3,2021. (Photo by Ted Aljibe/AFP Photo)

Registered teachers wearing face masks and shields against Covid-19, conduct a teleconferencing with stuggling students helping them in their school lessons through online distant learning at a local government-sanctioned online tutorial class in Taguig City, south of Manila on March 3,2021. (Photo by Ted Aljibe/AFP Photo)

A police officer blocks demonstrators holding a banner as they protest during International Women's Day, in Manila, Philippines, March 8, 2021. (Photo by Lisa Marie David/Reuters)

A police officer blocks demonstrators holding a banner as they protest during International Women’s Day, in Manila, Philippines, March 8, 2021. (Photo by Lisa Marie David/Reuters)

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An armed police officer checks the documents of a cyclist at a checkpoint placed to implement a curfew in the country's capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases, in Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 16, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

An armed police officer checks the documents of a cyclist at a checkpoint placed to implement a curfew in the country’s capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases, in Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 16, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

Curfew violators are rounded up at a holding area as the government implements a curfew in the country's capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases, in Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 16, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

Curfew violators are rounded up at a holding area as the government implements a curfew in the country’s capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases, in Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 16, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

Armed police direct a curfew violator to a holding area as the government implements a curfew in the country's capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases, in Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 16, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

Armed police direct a curfew violator to a holding area as the government implements a curfew in the country’s capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases, in Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 16, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

An armed police officer stands by a checkpoint placed to implement a curfew in the country's capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases, in Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 16, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

An armed police officer stands by a checkpoint placed to implement a curfew in the country’s capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases, in Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 16, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

Curfew violators are brought to a holding area as the government implements a curfew in the country's capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases, in Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 17, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

Curfew violators are brought to a holding area as the government implements a curfew in the country’s capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases, in Caloocan City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 17, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

An armed policeman talks to a driver of a public transportation vehicle at a checkpoint placed to implement a curfew in the country's capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infections, in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 15, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

An armed policeman talks to a driver of a public transportation vehicle at a checkpoint placed to implement a curfew in the country’s capital amid rising coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infections, in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, March 15, 2021. (Photo by Eloisa Lopez/Reuters)

Policemen talk to a resident at a village that was placed under lockdown due to the number of COVID-19 cases among residents in Manila, Philippines on Thursday, March 11, 2021. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

Policemen talk to a resident at a village that was placed under lockdown due to the number of COVID-19 cases among residents in Manila, Philippines on Thursday, March 11, 2021. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

A resident holds his nose and portable radio as he tries to avoid the disinfectants used on their village as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19 in Manila, Philippines on Monday, March 15, 2021. The Department of Health has been reporting a surge in infections for more than a week, adding to concerns over a sluggish start of a vaccination campaign that has faced supply problems and public reluctance. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

A resident holds his nose and portable radio as he tries to avoid the disinfectants used on their village as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19 in Manila, Philippines on Monday, March 15, 2021. The Department of Health has been reporting a surge in infections for more than a week, adding to concerns over a sluggish start of a vaccination campaign that has faced supply problems and public reluctance. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

Filipino families flock to a makeshift beach in the polluted waters of Manila bay, to escape the summer heat on March 7, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. A makeshift beach in Manilas slum village of Baseco was opened to the public as the country enters the summer season in the month of March. As public gathering restrictions are still in place due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the beach is only open for two hours in the early morning every Sunday. (Photo by Jes Aznar/Getty Images)

Filipino families flock to a makeshift beach in the polluted waters of Manila bay, to escape the summer heat on March 7, 2021 in Manila, Philippines. A makeshift beach in Manilas slum village of Baseco was opened to the public as the country enters the summer season in the month of March. As public gathering restrictions are still in place due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the beach is only open for two hours in the early morning every Sunday. (Photo by Jes Aznar/Getty Images)

Members of the Gabriela Women's Party and their supporters raise clenched fists during a protest outside the Embassy of the United States of America  in Manila, Philippines, 05 March 2021. The group was protesting against the government's plan to renegotiate the terms of the Visiting Forces Agreement with the United States. (Photo by Francis R. Malasig/EPA/EFE)

Members of the Gabriela Women’s Party and their supporters raise clenched fists during a protest outside the Embassy of the United States of America in Manila, Philippines, 05 March 2021. The group was protesting against the government’s plan to renegotiate the terms of the Visiting Forces Agreement with the United States. (Photo by Francis R. Malasig/EPA/EFE)

Philippine Army women soldiers are injected with the Sinovac vaccine from China during a vaccination at Fort Bonifacio, Metro Manila, Philippines on Tuesday, March 2, 2021. The Philippines launched a vaccination campaign to contain one of Southeast Asia's worst coronavirus outbreaks but faces supply problems and public resistance, which it hopes to ease by inoculating top officials. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

Philippine Army women soldiers are injected with the Sinovac vaccine from China during a vaccination at Fort Bonifacio, Metro Manila, Philippines on Tuesday, March 2, 2021. The Philippines launched a vaccination campaign to contain one of Southeast Asia’s worst coronavirus outbreaks but faces supply problems and public resistance, which it hopes to ease by inoculating top officials. (Photo by Aaron Favila/AP Photo)

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