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Malacañang announced on Friday, January 21, that the government will soon make COVID-19 vaccination available in transport hubs.
COVID-19 vaccination will soon be made available in transport hubs, such as transportation terminals and train stations, Malacañang announced on Friday, January 21.
Cabinet Secretary and acting presidential spokesperson Karlo Nograles said in a press briefing on Friday, January 21, that the initiative is an effort to make vaccines more accessible to the unvaccinated mass.
He said the Department of Transportation (DOTR) will launch vaccination sites in train stations, piers, and even tollways.
Additionally, COVID-19 jabs will be available at the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange (PITX) from January 24 (Monday) to 28 (Friday).
According to Nograles, 500 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine will be allotted each day at the vaccination site at the “We Vax As One: Mobile Vaccination Drive” activity at PITX next week. The said drive will allow walk-ins, with registration to be accomplished onsite.
The acting presidential spokesperson said that the program was especially offered for transport workers and commuters.
According to him, over 56 million Filipinos are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19. On the other hand, 65 million others are partially vaccinated, and about 4.87 million doses have already been administered as booster shots.