The first batch of Sputnik V vaccines from Russia has arrived in the Philippines on Saturday afternoon.
In a Super Radyo dzBB report by Julee Anne Mae Cabrera-Cera, 15,000 doses of the vaccine arrived at the Terminal 3 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
The Boeing 347 with connecting flight of QR932 arrived at 3:42 p.m. in Manila from Russia and Qatar, according to the NAIA Media Affairs Office.
The vaccines was then brought to the storage facility in Marikina City.
The arrival of the first batch of ordered Sputnik V vaccines was expected to arrive an hour earlier than the original 5 p.m. estimated time of arrival. -MDM, GMA News