Pasig to start vaccination of private health professionals
COVID vaccination for private health professionals residing in Pasig City will start March 26, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.
Pasig City’s Public Information Office, in a Facebook post on Wednesday, called on private medical and dental clinics and private health practitioners to have themselves scheduled for vaccination.
Inoculation will take place at the Pasig City Mega Parking 2 from March 26 (Friday) to March 29 (Monday), 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
“Private health professionals with updated Pasig Health Monitor and those who were contacted by the Pasig Vaccination Command Center will be prioritized,” the Pasig City PIO said.
Private health professionals who wish to be included in the vaccination must follow these three steps:
- Express your interest in the COVID-19 vaccination by calling 8641 0269 and provide your e-mail address to the Pasig Vaccination Team.
- Wait for a call from the city’s profilers for validation of your demographics and health information.
- Wait for the Pasig Vaccination Team to give you a schedule for vaccination.
The city government, meanwhile, reminded residents who belong to other priority groups to wait for further announcements regarding their vaccination.
“We are still in the process of vaccinating our healthcare workers who are the topmost priority for the Vaccination Program as set by the Department of Health,” the city PIO said.
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