COVID-19 Crisis: Former President Ramos gets vaccinated in Muntinlupa, encourages public to get vaccinated

Recently former Philippine President Fidel V. Ramos has received his COVID-19 jab in one of the city’s vaccination sites and urged Muntinlupeños to get vaccinated to reach herd immunity.

Ramos, a 93-year-old Ayala Alabang Village-resident, received his second dose of Sinovac’s Coronavac at De La Salle Santiago Zobel vaccination site on June 25. Ayala Alabang Kagawad Dr. Lester Suntay administered the COVID-19 vaccine to the former president.

FVR encouraged the public to register in the city’s vaccination program and get their COVID-19 jab as protection against the virus.

Former Philippine President Fidel Ramos got vaccinated in Muntinlupa on June 25. (source – Muntinlupa PIO)

As of June 23, the Muntinlupa COVID Vaccination (MunCoVac) announced that there are 147,989 vaccines deployed in Muntinlupa, of which 119,560 are first dose (31% of the target) and 28,429 are of second dose.  While, there are 224,574 registered individuals in MunCoVac, translating to 58% of the target.

Further, MunCoVac announced an updated list of requirements for A4 priority group (economic frontliners) who are not residents of Muntinlupa.

Qualified non-Muntinlupa residents under the A4 priority group shall provide a company ID or Certificate of Employment and 2021 Business Permit of their employer. For workers who render service in private households such as house helpers and family drivers, they should present a Certificate of Employment and proof of Muntinlupa residency of their employer.

MunCoVac also released an advisory informing the public that the schedule and venue of vaccination for their second dose will be sent via SMS.

“May pagkakataon na ang 2nd doses ay kailangang ilipat ng site (mula sa lugar ng 1st dose) o kaya ay i-consolidate sa iba pang schedule para sa mas efficient na proseso. Sa mga hindi nakarating sa kanilang 2nd dose appointment, hintayin ang panibagong text message ng inyong schedule mula sa vaccination site,” MunCoVac posted in their Facebook page.

The public is encouraged to register online via to receive a schedule in one of the city’s vaccination sites.

For more information and inquiries, visit the MunCoVac Facebook Page or send a message to MunCoVac hotline numbers at 0956 358 9228 / 0915 805 5932 / 0960 588 5935 / 0960 588 5937 / 0998 249 4580.


The above information was sourced from the official press release of the Muntinlupa PIO.

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