A total of 18,019 residents of San Juan City have pre-registered to reserve their slots for the coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) vaccine as of Wednesday.
San Juan City Mayor Francisco Zamora shared the good news on his official Facebook account and said that the Department of Health (DOH) is asking for an updated data for its COVID-19 Electronic Immunization Registry, hence the continuous updating of the city’s data.
“Para ma-update ang inyong registration at para sa mga bagong magpapa-register, sundan lang po ang link na ito ( http://bit.ly/39Bi7ri ) o i-scan ang QR code (To update your registration and for those who will register, just follow this link ( http://bit.ly/39Bi7ri ) or scan the QR code),” Zamora said.
“Maaari rin pong magpa-rehistro sa inyong mga barangay. Magdala lamang po ng valid ID. Sa mga may PhilHealth, isama na rin po ang inyong PhilHealth number sa registration (You can also register in your barangays. Just bring a valid ID. For those who have PhilHealth, please include your PhilHealth number in the registration),” he added.
Zamora also urged his constituents who haven’t registered yet for the city’s immunization program to register for them to be inoculated and put an end to the spread of COVID-19 in the city.
Zamora earlier said that the city has already procured 100,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines from British-Swedish biopharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca, enough to inoculate 50,000 San Juan residents.