COVID-19 Crisis: Muntinlupa stops accepting walk-ins in vaccination centers due to limited supply

The City Government of Muntinlupa, through MunCoVac, has announced that vaccination centers in the city will stop accepting walk-ins due to limited supply of COVID-19 vaccines.

“Dahil sa limitadong supply ng bakuna, lahat ng ating vaccination sites ay hindi tatanggap ng walk-in simula July 5. Tanging may mga schedule lamang at nakatanggap via text message ang i-aaccommodate sa sites. Magpapatuloy po ang ating vaccination basta’t mayroon tayong supply ng bakuna,” MunCoVac posted in its Facebook page.

MunCoVac further explained that only those who were registered online and were notified via text message for their first and second dose will be accommodated.

The City Government anticipates the delivery of additional supply from the national government in the coming days.

As of July 2, there are 190,747 vaccines deployed in Muntinlupa, of which 149,585 are first dose (38.8% of the target) and 41,162 are of second dose.  While, there are 263,952 registered individuals in MunCoVac, translating to 68.4% of the target population to be vaccinated. Muntinlupa targets to inoculate 385,725 residents which is 70% of 551,036, the city’s estimated population for 2020.

Recently, MunCoVac launched the “Drive-Thru Vaccination” and “Bakuna sa Bahay” for bedridden residents and those who have difficulties in mobility.

In Drive-Thru Vaccination, senior citizens and PWDs who have limited mobility are vaccinated in their cars and will not need to fall in line. While for the house-to-house vaccination, members of the vaccination team will visit bedridden patients and other qualified residents for the service.

To request for Drive-Thru Vaccination and Bakuna sa Bahay, the public may coordinate with MunCoVac via the following hotline numbers: 0960-588-5935 / 0960-588-5937 / 0998-249-4580 / 0956-358-9228 / 0915-805-5932. Hotline numbers are available from Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Residents who will be accommodated in the said programs must also register online via  at present a medical clearance from a doctor.

Further, MunCoVac released an updated list of accepted IDs and documents for vaccination of the following priority groups:

All priority groups – Any of the following proof of residency: Government-issued ID with Muntinlupa address, Muntinlupa Care Card, Proof of billing with Muntinlupa address (utilities like electricity, water, phone bill, etc.), and Village of Condo ID in Muntinlupa;

A1 (Healthcare Workers) – Proof of eligibility: A1 = PRC/Company ID of those involved/connected with giving healthcare services, or A1 OFW = latest contract and other supporting documents showing deployment;

A2 (Senior Citizens) – Proof of eligibility: Government-issued ID with birth date and Muntinlupa OSCA ID;

A3 (Pesons with Comorbidities) – Proof of eligibility: prescription for medicine and medical certificate issued within 18 months, medical clearance issued within 2 weeks of vaccination;

A4 (Economic Frontliners) – Proof of eligibility (Muntinlupa residents): Company ID or Certificate of Employment (Employees); PRC ID, Certificate of Business Registration or latest Income Tax Return (Self-Employed); Certificate of Employment and ID/Proof of residence of employer (Private Household), Driver’s License, TRU-issued ID, Jeepney Association ID, or TNVS ID (Public Transport); Barangay Certificate (Informal Sector);

Proof of eligibility (non-residents): Company ID or Certificate of Employment and 2021 Business Permit of Employer, COE and proof of Muntinlupa residency of employer (kasambahay, family drivers, etc.);

A5 (Indigent Population) – Proof of eligibility: 4PS ID or Certificate of Indigency from Social Service Department.

For more information and inquiries, visit the MunCoVac Facebook Page


The above information was sourced from the official press release of the Muntinlupa PIO. Some parts were changed for this website.

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