Category: Vaccination

The Davao City Covid-19 Task Force has reported that the majority of the latest Covid-19 deaths in Davao City were unvaccinated individuals.
Bar business owners in Davao City have expressed their commitment to strictly comply with the implementation of the minimum public health standards (MPHS) and enforce a no-vaccine, no-entry policy within their establishments following an incident at a downtown bar on Saturday evening, February 19, 2022, where the MPHS was violated and no DQR scanning was done on customers.
THE City Government of Davao has 20,000 doses of vaccines for its vaccination drive of children 5-11 years old that starts today, February 21, in three sites - Almedras Gym, Vicente Hizon Central Elementary School, and San Roque Elementary School.
Starting Monday, February 21, the City Government of Davao will roll out its pediatric vaccination drive for 5 to 11 years old in three special jab sites.
The pilot pediatric vaccination rollout for five to 11-year olds in Davao City's partner hospitals kicked off on a high note with at least 630 children inoculated with their first dose of the reformulated Pfizer vaccine without any major adverse reaction recorded as of February 15, 2022.
The Office of the Vice Mayor has expanded its Door-to-Door anti-Covid vaccination drive to cover more Dabawenyos who cannot go to the vaccination sites for some valid reasons.
At least 12,188 Dabawenyos availed of primary and booster doses after Day 2 of the National Vaccination Days (NVD) Part 3, also known as "Bayanihan Bakunahan 3", in Davao City as of February 11, 2022.
The City Government of Davao will pilot its weekend vaccination drive on Saturday, 12 February, at the People's Park and Crocodile Park to serve more Dabawenyos.
The Door to Door Vaccination drive of the Office of the Vice Mayor has served a total of 684 Dabawenyos, according to Harvey Lanticse of the Office of the Vice Mayor.
The Davao City COVID-19 Task Force reiterates its call to Dabawenyos to get their booster shots now while most of the preferred vaccines are currently available.