Angeles to inoculate walk-ins, nonresidents against Covid-19
From November 29 to December 1, the Angeles City government will be accepting walk-ins for its vaccination program, including non-residents.
Angeles City Mayor Carmelo Lazatin Jr. said the city government would accommodate all who wished to be vaccinated at the two mega vaccination sites in Angeles, the City College of Angeles and Angeles City National High School.
The mayor said the initiative was part of the three-day national vaccination day to help the country achieve herd immunity.
“Ang bigger goal po dito ay mabakunahan lahat ng nakatira dito sa siyudad, at matulungan yung mga kababayan natin mula sa mga karatig-lungsod at bayan na hindi pa nababakunahan,” Lazatin said.
“Nakikiisa po ang siyudad ng Angeles sa national government sa paglunsad ng Bayanihan Bakunahan,” he said.
City Health Officer Verona Guevarra gave her assurance that the city had enough supply of vaccine to inoculate the residents and non-residents.
“May enough supply po tayo ng bakuna. Tuloy-tuloy din po ang suportang natatanggap natin sa National Vaccination Operation Center pagdating sa supply ng bakuna,” she said.
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