he City Health Office of Dumaguete has started vaccinating children with comorbidities aging 12 to 17 years-old against COVID-19, in coordination with the Integrated Provincial Health Office.
Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo said that Pfizer vaccines will be used to inoculate the children who are at risk from coronavirus that will accelerate the objective to achieve herd immunity so the City can fully reopen safely.
To be eligible for vaccination those interested are remind to:
1. Kindly register online at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1DhWJXpeNCiSRRymxkGKqzyzoIX582O_3nQXqt4tjHBY/viewform?fbclid=IwAR09d-zNHREVgKOjUnPk2a8qI22zFh2cXLTL_EiSxJoFNDHr72gIyHnnV2I&edit_requested=true or register at their barangay health centers so that your names will be included in the master list for vaccination.
2. Wait for the call from the City Health Office confirming your vaccination schedule and site
3. Submit copies of the child’s Medical Certificate, Birth Certificate, Valid ID of the parent or Special Power of Attorney for the guardian
4. The parent or guardian must be present during the vaccination of the child
Vaccination for the children with comorbidities is done by the pediatricians at NOPH.
To avoid overcrowding and to maintain order, only those who registered and with confirmed schedules will be allowed to enter the vaccination site.
Walk-in is discouraged.