Articles worth reading

Attendant turns over bag with cash to MIAA 

account_balanceMetro Manila access_time5 days ago

A bag containing a huge amount of cash along with other personal belongings was turned over to airport authorities by a building attendant of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2 on Saturday, November 27. The airport personnel, a...

LGUs have power over mandatory vaccination

account_balanceMetro Manila access_time5 days ago

Local government units (LGUs) have the authority to impose mandatory inoculation against Covid-19 and eliminate hesitancy and brand preference, according to a report by Philippine News Agency. Department of the Interior and Local Government (DI...

WHO says it is too early to reinstate face shield policy 

account_balanceMetro Manila access_time5 days ago

Despite the threat posed by the Omicron Covid-19 variant, the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday said "it is still premature to reintroduce the face shields" with the "significant public discontent" on its mandatory use, a...

Makati News

Makati starts booster shots for medical workers 

account_balanceMakati News account_circleHannah Santos chat_bubble_outline0 Comments

The Makati City local government reminded its medical frontliners on Thursday to get their booster shots against COVID-19 in two vaccination sites, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.

Medical frontliners may proceed to Palanan Elementary School (with 400 slots per day) and Ayala Malls Circuit (with 600 slots per day) for their third dose of the vaccine.

“Magdala lamang ng valid ID at vaccination card bilang katunayang tumanggap kayo ng inyong bakuna mula sa Makati (Just bring a valid ID and vaccination card proving that you’ve already been vaccinated in Makati),” the LGU said on its Facebook post.

“Pinapaalalahanan ang lahat na tanging mga health worker lamang na nabakunahan na ng kumpletong dose sa nakalipas na anim na buwan o higit pa ang maaaring tumanggap ng booster shot (We are reminding everyone that only health workers who were fully vaccinated in the past six months or more are eligible to receive the booster shots),” it added.

Fully vaccinated health care workers may get their third dose or booster shot of the Covid-19 vaccine starting Nov. 17, the Department of Health (DOH) said.

In a public advisory released Monday night, the DOH recommended Moderna, Pfizer, and Sinovac as booster doses regardless of the brand used in the primary series.


date_rangeDate Published
2 weeks ago
shareShare article
folder_openArticle tags
content_copyCategorized under

Share your thoughts with us

Related Articles

Makati hiring new health officer 

account_balanceMakati chrome_reader_mode3 days ago

The Makati City local government on Thursday opened a position offering over P1 million in salary and benefits per year as it continues to boost the medical services and capabilities of its city hospitals and health facilities amid the ongoing COVID-...

Marikina starts booster shots for seniors

account_balanceMarikina chrome_reader_mode6 days ago

Marikina began the administration of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) booster shots to the A1, A2, and A3 vaccine groups on Nov. 27, according to a report by Manila Bulletin. The city is prioritizing to vaccinate frontline medical workers, senior citi...

Let's Stay Connected Like us on our Facebook page.
Click on the article to continue reading
Quezon City adopts no contact apprehension system Red Cross pushes saliva test Vaccines from COVAX to arrive in Q1 Makati Shangri-La to close doors on Feb. 1 Cities in NCR to start vaccination simultaneously Mother, girlfriend of Filipino infected with UK variant also test positive Send Press Release MNC Facebook Page MNC Twitter Page MNC Instagram Page LGU Spotlight Barangay Front Business Sports Entertainment Metro Gen Metro Feature