The local government of Olongapo City is continuously asking residents to participate in the vaccination program. Barangay health workers are currently roaming from barangay to barangay to give out registration forms for those who wish to get vaccinated. However, residents may also register online.
Residents who registered manually must fill out their registration form and give it back to the Health Center once accomplished. For online registration, residents may fill out the online registration form that they will receive after scanning the QR Code or clicking the link posted on Olongapo City Information Center’s official Facebook page.
Meanwhile, Eisma is calling on all Subic Bay Freeport Zone stakeholders to sign up for the vaccination program. All the names listed in the priority group will be served on a “first come, first serve” basis and on a queue. The vaccination date and types of vaccines are not yet guaranteed as it is subject to availability and approval of DOH. A link for the vaccine registration form is posted on the SBMA Chairman and Administrator’s official Facebook page.
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