COVID-19 Crisis: Over 80,000 Las Piñas City residents vaccinated

According to a recent news report by the Manila Bulletin, over eighty thousand residents of Las Piñas City got vaccinated for COVID-19. To be more specific, the official count was at 82,526 residents who received the first and second doses of the free vaccines. This was announced by the City Government of Las Piñas to the Manila Bulletin just as a brand-new vaccination site opened within the city lately.

To put things in perspective, posted below is an excerpt from the Manila Bulletin news report which highlighted the new vaccination site. Some parts in boldface…

The Las Pinas City government’s biggest vaccination site located at The Tent, Vista Global South in C5 Extension, is now open to serve residents and can accommodate around 650 to 1,000 vaccinees a day.

Paul San Miguel, public Information chief, said the new vaccination site is an addition to the 14 existing centers that provide service to around 300 people a day.

San Miguel said the city government now has a total of 15 vaccination sites around the city and will add five more centers to speed-up the vaccination program of the city.

He also said the city government already vaccinated around 82,526 residents with the first and second doses against COVID-19.

The Las Pinas City government also emphasized the importance of vaccination in a Facebook post and reminded residents who have not been inoculated to register for it.

San Miguel said the city government is also giving free face masks to those who are given the vaccines in all vaccination centers.

Mayor Imelda Aguilar also urged city residents to observe the basic health protocols to stop the spread of the virus.

The above is really good news for city residents. The Tent along C5 Extension should help the many registered residents in terms of getting vaccinated in a more comfortable and more spacious place. The said new vaccination should also help somewhat in decongesting the traffic at the smaller vaccination sites around the city. For all other residents who have not yet registered, local registration for free COVID-19 vaccines in the city is still ongoing and the details as well as steps can be read right here.

For those who missed out on the recent Las Piñas City COVID-19 vaccination news, new vaccination sites are being established and residents who successfully got vaccinated can become eligible in a city raffle draw and have chances to win goods, motorcycles and a house-and-lot. There are certain requirements to qualify for the program and in order to get vaccinated, unvaccinated residents are welcome to register via the City Government’s online system atñasVaccination

Let me end this piece by asking you readers: What do you think of The Tent as the newest vaccination site in the city? Is the City Government working hard and fast enough to set up new vaccination sites? Does Representative Camille Villar’s incentive program convince you to come out, get registered and line up for the free COVID-19 vaccine in your city? Were you able to get vaccinated in an orderly and efficient manner?

You may answer in the comments below. If you prefer to answer privately, you may do so by sending me a direct message online.


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