The number of residents who have pre-registered for COVID-19 vaccination in Las Piñas has reached 913, the city government said.
The pre-registration for vaccination in Las Piñas started Feb. 15, Monday.
Mayor Imelda Aguilar said residents who wish to be vaccinated can either register manually or online.
For manual registration, Aguilar said a barangay representative will roam around communities and handout profiling forms to residents.
The form will determine whether the resident is qualified for vaccination.
Aguilar has earlier advised all barangay officials to conduct census in their respective areas of jurisdiction to determine the number of residents who are willing to be vaccinated.
Residents who wish to register online, can scan the QR Code posted on the city’s official Facebook page or go to bit.ly/LasPinasVaccination.
The city government has also prepared a quick substitution list (QSL) in case a registrant backs out.
Aguilar said the QSL was made to ensure that vaccines will not be wasted and will be given to those who are willing to be inoculated.