The vaccination of those belonging to the A1 to A4 categories who are either residents or workers in Antipolo City resumed on Tuesday, July 13, in selected vaccination sites in the city following a week of closure due to lack of vaccines.
The office of Mayor Andrea Ynares said inoculation activities will resume at the Ayala Feliz Mall, SM City Masinag; iMall; Our Lady of Peace School’s gymnasium; Fatima Subdivision’s Covered Court in Barangay San Isidro; Robinson’s Place-Antipolo; and SM Cherry.
The city government said the vaccinators are giving priority to those who have had their schedules confirmed by the Vaccination Operation Center (VOC) through a text message sent to them.
Residents and workers who are in the A1 to A4 categories who have not received a confirmation from the VOC but would like to be vaccinated can only be accommodated on a first-come-first-served basis in the vaccination sites except at Robinson’s Place-Antipolo and SM Cherry.
Those going to the vaccination sites should have their valid identification cards that will show if they are either residents or workers in the city.
The city government said it will strictly implement the “no registration, no vaccination” policy. They may register through the link, bit.ly/antipolobantaycovid19.
Help Desks are also available to assist in the registration or password retrieval in the vaccination sites or in barangay halls in the city.
The city government has yet to reveal how many residents or workers have so far been vaccinated since the rollout started in the Pilgrimage Capital of the Philippines. ( Nel Andrade)