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.
“As of February 9, 307 were administered for the first dose, 284 were fully vaccinated, while 93 availed of booster doses,” Lanticse said in an interview with Davao City Disaster Radio Thursday.
He added that VM’s office is still accepting those who want to get the anti-Covid vaccine through the door-to-door vaccination.
“Nagpadayon gihapon ta sa pagdawat sa mga registration sa mga qualified Dabawenyos nga buot mu-avail sa atong door to door vaccination diha sa opisina sa Vice Mayor (We continue to accept for registeration those who are qualified Dabawenyos who seek to avail the door-to-door vaccination),” he added.
The next door-to-door vaccination is on February 14.
Those who are eligible for door-to-door vaccination are the bedridden, senior citizens, persons with disabilities (PWDs), and those who cannot move or walk to the fixed vaccination sites.
Eligible persons will have to send their personal information (full name, condition, address, and contact number) through text in these numbers: (0970) 274 7025 for SMART/TNT; (0995) 175 0064 for GLOBE.
Apart from the door-to-door vaccination, the Vice Mayor’s Office and the members of the 19th City Council continue with their mobile vaccination program for first, second, and booster doses. CIO