The City Government of Davao, through the Vaccination Cluster of the Davao COVID-19 Task Force bared on Monday, October 18, the vaccination sites where Dabawenyos can avail of first doses via walk-ins until supplies last.
In the first district, anti-COVID-19 first doses are being served at the Magallanes Elementary School (ES), F. Dizon ES in Bacaca, Gaisano Mall at J.P. Laurel Avenue, Davao City National HS (NHS), SM City Davao along Quimpo Boulevard, Matina Aplaya ES, and A. Mabini ES while in the second district, individuals could just proceed to the vaccination hubs set up at SM Lanang Premier, Buhangin Central ES, Tesda Korphil Bunawan, Philippine Ports Authority in Sasa, and Malabog ES in Paquibato.
District 3 residents may avail of the COVID-19 vaccination at Malagos ES, Calinan Central ES, Marilog ES, Gaisano Mall Toril, Don Juan ES in Toril, and Mintal Central ES.
The Almendras Gym, San Roque ES, and USEP Gym in Bo. Obrero, V. Hizon ES in Sasa, and the People’s Park are also special vaccination sites.
Interested vaccinees are required to bring a valid ID, Safe Davao QR Code, and ballpen.
“If you are due for your second dose, please proceed to the same site where you received your first dose,” the Vaccine Cluster advised.
For those who missed their doses, please text the following details: last name, first name, middle name, contact number, brand, vaccination hub, and date of the first dose to 0961-073-4965 (Smart) or 0927-022-9087( Globe).
Davao COVID-19 Task Force Spokesperson Dr. Michelle Schlosser said the City Health Office (CHO)-managed vaccination sites are now open for walk-ins since the city received a lot of vaccines, particularly Pfizer.
By walk-in, she said that interested vaccinees can register and receive the vaccine on site.
“Katong previous months nato pinakaproblema sa atong katawhan gusto sila magpa-vaccine dili sila ka avail kay dili allowed ang walk-in. Hulaton pa ang ilang prioritization o priority groups pero karon they can avail the vaccine sa tanang mga hubs (In previous months, the public’s main problem was they want to get vaccinated but they cannot avail of it yet since walk-ins were not allowed. They had to wait for their prioritization or priority groups but now they can avail of the vaccine in all vaccination hubs),” Dr. Schlosser said.
As of October 16, a total of 821,395 got their first jabs in Davao City or 68.45 percent of the target 1.2 million herd immunity and 691,666-second jabs have been administered or 57.64 percent herd immunity. CIO