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In this handout photo released by the National Task Force Against COVID19, workers check on the boxes containing Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccines as they arrive at Manila's International Airport, Philippines on Friday July 16, 2021. The first batch of vaccines consisting of 1,606,600 doses produced by American pharmaceutical firm Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and donated by the United States government through the COVAX facility have arrived in the country today.

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