San Juan News
San Juan starts vaccination of A5 group
San Juan City Mayor Francis Zamora announced on Monday that the city government will start the inoculation of its residents under the A5 (indigents) priority group on Tuesday, June 15, making it the first city in Metro Manila to start the vaccination of those under the A5 category, according to a report by Philippine News Agency.
“Ang Lungsod ng San Juan ay magsisimula na pong magbakuna ng A5 category o ang ating indigent population bukas, June 15, 2021 sa FilOil Flying V Centre (San Juan Arena) (The City of San Juan will start the vaccination of its A5 category or our indigent population tomorrow, June 15, at the FilOil Flying V Centre),” Zamora said in a Facebook post.
He reminded his constituents to bring the necessary documents for them to be inoculated.
“Valid government ID, Certificate of Indigency at ang inyong confirmatory text lamang ang kailangan ninyo dalhin. Maraming salamat po (Please bring a valid government ID, Certificate of Indigency, and your confirmatory text. Thank you very much),” Zamora said.
The city government opened its second vaccination hub last June 1 at the Greenhills Shopping Center to further boost the city’s vaccination efforts.
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