Caloocan provides vaccines to Manila Central University students
The City Health Department (CHD) of Caloocan recently conducted a COVID-19 vaccination drive for students of Manila Central University (MCU) as part of its continuous efforts to protect its constituents from the virus.
The successful activity was made possible through the collaboration of CHD, the Philippine National Red Cross Caloocan Chapter, and MCU-College of Nursing.
Despite the decrease in COVID-19 cases in the city, the fight against the virus remains a top priority. Caloocan City Mayor Along Malapitan urges the public not to let their guard down and ensure that they are vaccinated and have their booster shots.
The vaccination drive in MCU is just one of the many initiatives of CHD to provide protection to the people of Caloocan.
The department continuously encourages the public to get vaccinated and follow health protocols to further prevent the spread of the virus. With the cooperation of its constituents, Caloocan City is confident in its fight against COVID-19.
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