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Taguig City crowns Synergee as the winner of the #BakunaWednesday Jingle-Writing Contest, a part of the city's campaign to promote the importance of vaccination. Synergee's original jingle earned them the first-place prize of P10,000, with RM coming in second place and winning P8,000. John Timothy Espacio clinched the third spot and took home P5,000.

The judges meticulously evaluated the 25 entries based on adherence to the theme (50%), quality, originality, and creativity (40%), and social media engagement (10%). The winning song will serve as the official jingle of the city's Routine Immunization Program.

The #BakunaWednesday Jingle-Writing Contest aimed to encourage vaccination of BCG and Hepa B vaccines for newborns, as well as Penta, PCV10, OPV, IPV, and MR or MMR vaccines for children between 6 months to 1 year old. The competition ran from April 5 to 30, 2023.


The city hopes that the winning jingle will help in promoting the importance of vaccination and urge parents and guardians to prioritize their children's health.

The contest successfully raised awareness about the benefits of immunization and the role of vaccines in preventing diseases. It also showcased the city's commitment to ensuring a healthy and protected community.

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