MANILA, Philippines — Senator Panfilo Lacson still refused to confirm or deny that he has been vaccinated against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), saying that it is “of little significance or no significance at all.”
In an interview with ABS-CBN News Channel on Wednesday, Lacson said that what is more important is providing the vaccine to the majority of the Filipino population.
“Whether or not I had my vaccine is of little significance or no significance at all. What’s important is we should have the vaccine for the majority of our population,” Lacson said.
“We are targeting 60 million [Filipinos] and we need something like P73.2 billion according to [Finance Secretary Sonn…