Pabakuna. Pa-back to normal: Makati City ramps up COVID-19 vaccination drive

Published September 28, 2021, 8:25 AM

by Patrick Garcia

As the country continues to grapple with COVID-19 and its more contagious Delta variant, the Makati City local government continues to ramp up its efforts in protecting its residents against the dreaded virus.

(Photo from Makati PIO)

According to the local government unit (LGU), the city has already deployed 623,437 vaccines as of Sept. 25. A total of 345,161 residents received their first dose and 236,907 were fully vaccinated.

The LGU assured the public that it will continue to improve its vaccination efforts and information programs to convince the unvaccinated individuals to get their jabs not just to protect themselves but also their loved ones and the public.

The city government also started the registration for the vaccination of minors aged 12-17.

In a Facebook post, the city government said that residents of Makati, aged 12 to 17, could sign up for vaccination on the website, adding that a master list will be created for the inoculation of teenagers.

Registrants may click the category A4: Makati Resident, Non-Voter for teenagers. They are advised to wait for further details and updates regarding the vaccination registration on its official Facebook page.