San Juan News
San Juan to inoculate non-residents
The San Juan city government will soon roll out its vaccination drive for non-residents and non-workers, Mayor Francis Zamora announced on social media on Friday, according to a report by Philippine News Agency..
As the city has already achieved population protection by inoculating 100 percent of its estimated 123,000 eligible population against Covid-19, Zamora said they are now open for registration via https://vaxreg.sanjuancity.gov.ph/.
Registrants must wait for a confirmatory text message before going to the Greenhills Theatre Mall vaccination site.
Walk-ins are not allowed.
"Siguraduhing may dala po kayong valid government ID, dapat kayo po ay 18 years old and above at hindi pa nababakunahan sa ibang lungsod o probinsya (Make sure to bring a valid government identification, you must be aged 18 years old and above, and has not been vaccinated yet in other cities or provinces)," Zamora wrote on Facebook.
The vaccine shots will be given on a first come, first served basis until the city's vaccine supplies last, he added.
The city has also completed the distribution of PHP101,794,000 cash subsidy under the enhanced community quarantine guidelines.
The house-to-house distribution of relief items, containing food packs, face masks, and face shields, is ongoing in 21 villages.
The items were repacked from donations of some private individuals, entrepreneurs, non-governmental organizations, and other business companies.
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