The City Health Office has started vaccinating against COVID-19 of those belonging to the Rest of Adult Population or ROAP (formerly categorized as priority group B and C).
This is in response to the directive of Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo to open an additional vaccination site to accelerate the COVID-19 vaccination rollout with the allocation of 50, 000 more doses of Pfizer vaccines.
So far 43, 621 eligible residents (43% of the target population) have already been vaccinated by the City Health Office using 77, 270 doses of Sinovac, Astrazeneca, Pfizer, Janssen, Sinopharm and Moderna vaccines as of October 22, 2021.
According to the DOH circular, ROAP is the “eligible adult population (18 years old and above) who are not categorized as part of Priority Group A and/or were formerly categorized as Priority Groups B and C.”
City Health Officer Dr. Maria Sarah B. Talla is reminding those who want to be vaccinated to please register online by accessing the link provided thru this new link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1DhWJXpeNCiSRRymxkGKqzyzoIX582O_3nQXqt4tjHBY/viewform?fbclid=IwAR09d-zNHREVgKOjUnPk2a8qI22zFh2cXLTL_EiSxJoFNDHr72gIyHnnV2I&edit_requested=true so that your names will be included in the master list for vaccination and to wait for the call from the CHO confirming your vaccination schedule and site.
To avoid overcrowding and to maintain order, only those who registered and with confirmed schedules will be allowed to enter the vaccination sites. Walk-ins are discouraged.