NEARLY 3,000 minors were already inoculated in Davao City’s pediatric anti-COVID vaccination rollout.
The city government has already administered anti-COVID vaccines to 2,846 eligible children ages 12 to 17 years old as the city begins the pediatric vaccination drive on Oct. 29, 2021, at the Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC).
The city government has now assigned five vaccination hubs to roll out the pediatric inoculation – GMall Toril, Mabini Elementary School, Calinan Elementary School, Matina Aplaya Elementary School, F. Dizon Elementary School are open for walk-in or without the need for pre-registration from 8 AM to 3 PM.
All public and private hospitals have also joined in the pediatric inoculation but children need pre-registration.
To avail of the vaccination, children accompanied by their parents need to bring a birth certificate, Safe Davao QR, and a medical certificate for 12–17-year-olds with comorbidity. Also, parents are required to accompany their children and must bring valid IDs.
For guardians, however, they’ll have to bring a valid ID and valid ID of parents.
For more questions on the pediatric vaccination, the public can call the Davao City Vaccination Hotlines: Smart Hotline: (0961) 073 4965 / Globe Hotline: (0927) 022 9087
The District vaccination hotlines can also be accessed through this link: bit.ly/DistrictVaxHotlines
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