Malabon stops walk-in vaccination
Malabon City temporarily suspended walk-in vaccination on June 28 because of low vaccine supply, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.
The first dose vaccination will still push through at Fishermall Malabon and Oreta Sports Complex.
The first and second doses will be administered at Malabon Elementary School, Portrero Elementary School, Ninoy Aquino Elementary School, Epifanio delos Santos Elementary School, and Robinsons Townmall Malabon.
All individuals under the A3 priority group or persons with comorbidities will be required to present any of the following:
-Prescription dated within six months
-Hospital record such as discharge summary or medical abstract
-Surgical or pathology records
Meanwhile, individuals under the A4 category or the economic frontlines may present any of the following:
-Certificate of Eligibility (employment, deployment, assignment)
-Contract or permit
-Other proof that you are leaving home for work such as a business permit or community tax certificate
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