Ceres donates oximeters, BP app for COVID vaccination


The management of Ceres Liner donated 100 oximeters and 100 blood pressure monitor apparatus to Bacolod City for use in the ongoing mass vaccination program of the city, yesterday, May 17.

The donation was led by Vallacar Transit, Inc. represented by Atty. Julius Entila, vice president for Administration, and was received by Mayor Evelio Leonardia during the ceremonial turnover at the Ayala Malls Capitol Central, one of the 24 vaccination centers of the city.

Joining the mayor are Councilor Cindy Rojas, chair of the Action Team on Non-OFW Returning Residents; City Administrator Em Ang, executive director of EOC and coordinator of CoVaC; Secretary to the Mayor Atty. Edward Joseph Cuansing, EOC deputy for medical Dr. Chris Sorongon, and Ceres South Terminal manager Nixon Banbane.

The ongoing vaccination in 24 venues aims to accommodate the remaining frontline healthcare workers (A1), senior citizens (A2), and persons with comorbidities (A3).

The schedule of vaccination is based on a first-come, first-served sequence in the order that the registration came into the City’s data base.

Only those who have completed their vaccination registration and have received a call or text from EOC informing them of their appointments, will be accomodated.

To avail of the free vaccination of Bacolod City, register online thru this link: