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How To Join National Vaccination Day

26 November 2021
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The Department of Health (DOH) urges Filipinos to engage in the "Bayanihan Bakunahan: Ligtas. Lakas. Buong Pinas." national vaccination day campaign, which aims to increase the number of people vaccinated against COVID-19 in the country. Vaccinated individuals will soon receive their vaccination certificates.

 

National COVID-19 Vaccination Days are a huge vaccination effort that seeks to enhance vaccine coverage and organize partners from every sector to assist the national government's objective of providing Filipinos a safe and healthy Christmas.

 

It's excellent news to hear that the COVID-19 cases have gradually lowered from the past weeks, with below one thousand cases per day. This is a piece of excellent information as the national government and the national task force against covid also ease the community quarantine restrictions in different parts of the country as the economy slowly tries to recover from the recent crunch brought by the pandemic crisis.

 

As of December 3, 2021, 67.17% of the target population has gotten their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, whereas 47% have been completely vaccinated.

 

The Three Day National Vaccination

The first three-day national vaccination day, dubbed "Bayanihan Bakunahan: Ligtas. Lakas. Buong Pinas," took place last November 29, 30, and December 1, 2021.

 

It was estimated that the country's nationwide vaccination program, which ran from November 29 to December 3, was able to reach a total of 9,937,827 Filipinos, according to Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire on a December 4 press briefing. It was hoped that the immunization program would help the government reach its December 31 vaccination goal of around 54 million Filipinos population protection.

 

Vergeire said that the country was able to provide 2.82 million vaccinations in a single day, which is a record-high number of vaccinations in a day. 

 

National Vaccination Days in the Philippines are supported by the United Nations in the Philippines, including United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and World Health Organization (WHO).

 

This vaccination drive will help Filipinos in all areas, particularly when the national government and local government units bring immunization programs closer to vulnerable individuals and hard-to-reach areas in the principle of leaving no one behind, recognizing the potential of the virus to spread to all corners of the world.

 

Initial Preparations

According to earlier plans, vaccination sites were extended to include government offices, department shops, and other public areas. Undersecretary of the Department of Health DOH Maria Rosario Vergeire said that they also sought the assistance of health care personnel from both the public and private sectors, including those who are self-employed. She also said they've already spoken with the local government units that will be involved in the initiative. 

 

Aside from that, according to her, there will also be a lot of social media and quad-media preparations to convey the significance of having a jab. Volunteers and advocates will also undertake house-to-house campaigns in an effort to win over the community's support to get fully vaccinated.

 

Facing Omicron

The statewide vaccination campaign was undertaken because of concerns that Omicron, which the WHO has labeled a new strain of concern, may reach the Philippine soil. Travel prohibitions have already been placed for South Africa, where the Omicron form was initially discovered, as well as several African and European nations.

Vergeire told during the Laging Handa press briefing that the Department of Health has not yet found suspected instances of the Omicron form in the Philippines and cannot forecast whether there will be a COVID-19 rise in January 2022 or after the Christmas holidays without adequate evidence.

 

Vaccination Sites for the Three Day National Vaccination Day

As the expanded immunization venues included government offices, retail stores, and other public places in Metro Manila and other provinces, it is estimated that the local government units of Manila alone operated 75 COVID-19 immunization locations throughout the three-day national vaccination day from November 29 to December 

 

District health centers (first and second dose of A1-A5 – Sinovac and AstraZeneca)

  • Doña Aurora Quezon
  • Bo. Fugoso
  • Bo. Magsaysay
  • Dagupan
  • Tondo Foreshore
  • Parola
  • J. Posadas
  • Smokey Mountain
  • Velasquez
  • Vitas
  •  Atang Dela Rama
  • Aurora
  • Bo. Obrero
  • Palomar
  • Tayabas
  • Tondo
  • V. Fugoso
  • Lanuza
  • Dimasalang
  • San Nicolas
  • San Sebastian
  • Earnshaw
  • Luzviminda
  • Belmonte
  • Calabash
  • Domingo Santiago
  • Dapitan
  • Ma. Clara
  • Paltoc
  • F. Legarda
  • Rosario Reyes
  • Paco
  • Pedro Gil
  • Icasiano
  • San Andres
  • Buhay Mahalaga
  • Intramuros
  • Corazon Aquino (Calic + Baseco)
  • Bagong Brgy
  • Esperanza
  • Isidro Mendoza
  • A.H. Lacson
  • J. Vicencio
  • Bacood
  • San Miguel

 

Community school sites (first and the second dose of 12-17-year olds –Pfizer vaccine; booster for A1-A3 – all brands)

  • Isabelo Delos Reyes Elementary School
  • Emilio Jacinto Elementary School
  • Vicente Lim Elementary School
  • Pres. Sergio Osmeña High School
  • Plaridel Elementary School
  • Calderon Elementary School
  • Andres Bonifacio Elementary School
  • Pedro Guevarra Elementary School
  • Juan Sumulong Elementary School
  • Legarda Elementary School
  • Ramon Magsaysay High School
  • Moises Salvador Elementary School
  • Rafael Palma Elementary School
  • Manuel A. Roxas High School
  • Justo Lucban Elementary School
  • Sta. Ana Elementary School
  • EARIST High School
  • Jacinto Zamora Elementary School

 

District hospitals (first and second dose of 12-17-year olds – Pfizer; first dose of A1-A5, booster for A1-A3– all brands)

  • Gat Andres Bonifacio Memorial Medical Center
  • Ospital ng Tondo
  • Justice Jose Abad Santos General Hospital
  • Ospital ng Sampaloc
  • Ospital ng Maynila
  • Sta. Ana Hospital

 

Schools (first dose of 12-17-year olds – Pfizer)

  • Manila Cathedral School
  • Holy Child Catholic School
  • La Consolacion College

 

Mall sites (first and second dose of 12-17-year olds – Pfizer; first dose of A1-A5 – all brands)

  • SM City San Lazaro
  • SM City Manila
  • Robinsons Place Manila
  • Lucky Chinatown

 

Another round of Bayanihan, Bakunahan

"Bayanihan, Bakunahan" vaccination days from December 15 to 17 are being considered by the government's pandemic response national task force in order to meet its expected goal of inoculating 54 million people by the end of the year, according to a statement from the task force's director. The Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) has yet to approve the plan but is evaluating it in light of the potential danger of the Omicron version of Covid-19, said Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles. 

 

Although some part of our country's population has already completed the vaccination against COVID-19, we must not be too lenient in taking care of ourselves even though we are now allowed to go out and enjoy the holidays. Don't forget to follow the proper health and safety protocol like social distancing, wearing masks, and adequate sanitation. 

 

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