Pasay senior citizens can get COVID-19 jabs through walk-in

Published April 14, 2021, 3:52 PM

by Dhel Nazario

Senior citizens who do not want to register online can still get inoculated against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) by directly going to the vaccination sites in Pasay City, Mayor Emi Calixto-Rubiano said Wednesday, April 14.


“Para sa mga ayaw ng online registration puwede din pong pumunta sa ating mga paaralan kung, at kung mayroon pa pong mga available na bakuna nandudun din po talaga sila at pinapaupo namin (For those who don’t want to register online they can head straight to our schools, and they will be accommodated if the vaccines are still available),” Rubiano said in an interview over Radyo Singko.

Rubiano said the city’s designated vaccination sites are Andres Bonifacio Elementary School, Juan Sumulong Elementary School, T. Paez Elementary School, and the Pasay City West High School.

The mayor said that they would also allow persons with comorbidities to get vaccinated through walk-in if they have adequate vaccine supply.

Lately, only a few people with comorbidities went to vaccination sites, so they began vaccinating senior citizens.

She shared that they have 42,2666 senior citizens in the city.