SBMA starts vaccine rollout in Subic freeport
The Covid-19 immunization drive has started for residents of the Subic Freeport Zone, according to the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority.
In a Punto Central Luzon report, SBMA chair and administrator Wilma Eisma said the Department of Health-SBMA project will provide Covid-19 vaccines for free, though the number of doses was limited.
“The vaccines are for free, but only those who signed up for the DOH-SBMA vaccination program can avail of the injections,” Eisma said in the report.
She said a separate list has been drawn up by the SBMA and the Subic Bay Freeport Chamber of Commerce for vaccines to be procured from a private supplier.
“Some Subic Freeport residents and workers may have been in that other list,” she added.
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