Mayor Maria Gina M. Lizares is now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the city Public Information said in a Facebook post.
Lizares received her 2nd dose of AstraZeneca vaccine yesterday, November 17, the day after the city launched its vaccination against COVID-19 for minors in Brgy. 3 covered court.
A total of 360 individuals were successfully administered their 1st dose of Pfizer Vaccine on November 16. Yesterday, the city continued its vaccination in a fully controlled area to avoid crowding.
Lizares is urging the Sipalaynons to get vaccinated as soon as possible. She is also reminding everyone to abide with the minimum health protocols.
As of November 15, a total of 16,092 vaccines were administered. 8,763 have received their first doses while 7,329 have received their second dose and gotten their protection against CoViD-19.
The vaccine rollout covers priority groups which are: A1, frontline healthcare workers; A2, senior citizens; A3, persons with comorbidities; A4, frontline personnel in private sector; and A5, indigent population.
The local government unit of Sipalay City through its Sipalay Immunization Plan Against CoViD-19 (SIPACOVID-19) is in full support of the Department of Health’s Immunization Plan- “Resbakuna Kasangga ng Bida” in the fight against CoViD-19.
Links for Online Registration:
ADULT WITH COMORBIDITY
FRONTLINE PERSONNEL IN ESSENTIAL SECTOR
TEACHER AND SOCIAL WORKERS
OTHER GOVERNMENT WORKERS
OTHER ESSENTIAL WORKERS
OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKERS
REST POPULATION TO REMAINING GENERAL POPULATION