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As part of the country’s efforts to augment its immunization program against COVID, the Philippines will be observing a nationwide National Vaccination Day for three days from November 29 to December 1.
The city of Manila has opened around 75 vaccination sites for the three-day ‘National Vaccination Day,’ starting Monday, November 29.
According to an announcement made by the Manila Public Information Office on Facebook, almost all of the vaccination sites used in the past months are open and accepting vaccinees.
The Manila PIO reminded the general public to check the Facebook page to know which vaccination site they should visit as certain sites only entertain certain priority groups.
“Vaccination of first, second, and booster shots for all priority groups, including the general population of minors, will [be] done from November 29 to December 1,” Manila PIO wrote.
Manilans and Non-Manilans belonging to priority groups A1 to A5 can visit the indicated 44 district health centers to get their 1st and 2nd dose COVID-19 vaccine. The health centers include ones in Dapitan, Paco, Pedro Gil, Intramuros, Tondo, Lanuza, and more.
Meanwhile, 18 public schools or community school sites participating in the program will vaccinate minors aged 12 to 17 years old, and give booster shots to those belonging to the A1 to A3 priority category. The list includes Isabelo Delos Reyes Elementary School, Emilio Jacinto Elementary School, Plaridel Elementary School, Ramon Magsaysay High School, and more. Three other private schools, namely the Manila Cathedral School, Holy Child Catholic School, and La Consolacion College Manila will also take part in vaccinating minors.
Six district hospitals also offer their facilities for the vaccination of the general public, including minors, first dose vaccination of A1 to A5 groups, as well as booster shots. Those included are Gat Andre Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center, Ospital ng Tondo, Justice Jose Abad Santos General Hospital, Ospital ng Sampaloc, Ospital ng Maynila, and Sta. Ana Hospital.
Others can also visit four participating malls that will administer the first dose of minors, individuals belonging to A1 to A5. These are SM Manila, SM San Lazaro, Robinsons Place Manila, and Lucky Chinatown.
The city government also reminded the public to strictly adhere to minimum health protocols at the vaccination sites at all times.
Individuals are also required to register and present their respective QR Code which they can get at manilacovid19vaccine.ph for verification purposes.