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Antipolo resumes online vaccine registration



Photo from Jun-Andeng Ynares on Facebook

The Antipolo City government has reopened its online Covid-19 vaccine registration while awaiting the arrival of more jabs from the Department of Health (DoH).

“While waiting for the next batch of delivery from DOH, we are reopening online Covid-19 vaccine registration,” Mayor Andrea Ynares said in a Facebook post.


For now, only medical front liners, senior citizens, and adults with comorbidities are being prioritized for the inoculation due to the shortage in vaccine supply.

“If it takes a long time for you to receive a text (confirmation), this is due to the lack of vaccine,” the local chief executive noted.

“This means, in case you have been registered for a long time, if there is no delivery of the vaccine, we also do not have a text (confirmation) that will be received and no vaccination will take place,” she added.

For those who have registered and signed up before, there is no need to register again, Ynares stressed.

As of 25 April, Antipolo has logged a total of 7,083 coronavirus disease infections. Of the said number, 314 are active cases while 6,611 are recoveries. The death toll, meanwhile, is at 158.