More vaccines have arrived and are set to arrive in the coming days. As of June 17, some 14.2 million doses of vaccine doses have been delivered. As of June 20, more than 8 million doses have been administered—6.2 million first doses, and more than 2.1 million Filipinos have been fully vaccinated. We are told that given the number of vaccines set to arrive in the coming days, herd immunity could be attained by year-end The number of new cases per day has also significantly gone down from the March-April surge of 11,000 cases; on June 22, the number of new cases was at 3,666. The National Capital Region, the center of the economy, has also registered a significant drop in new infections despite the relaxed restrictions. Given all these, and with many months of lockdown, it is not difficult to imagine how Filipinos could let their guard down. Malls and other establishments, however, have resumed near-normal operations. Lockdown fatigue is all too common – we are desperate to connect with family, friends, and colleagues the way we used to, meaning not from behind a computer screen. We should not succumb to the temptation of being less careful.