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How to Register for COVID-19 Vaccine in the Philippines

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While COVID-19 vaccination is currently limited in the Philippines, that doesn’t mean you can’t register your name to be included in the master list. The Department of Health (DOH) partnered with Local Government Units (LGUs) to assist the public in getting vaccinated against the covid. As of writing, the government is currently in the initial phase of vaccine rollout with the availability of Sinovac and AstraZeneca vaccines. Likewise, the country is in the advanced stages of negotiations with the COVAX Facility and various other vaccine manufacturers.

COVID-19 Vaccine Registration in the Philippines

DOH has released online links to which you can access them in order to register for the COVID-19 vaccination. Unfortunately, only the vaccination registration portals of the National Capital Region cities and neighboring areas are available. You’ll have to coordinate with LGUs in your area if your city or region isn’t included.

With that said, simply tap on the name of your area to start the registration process.

  1. Baliwag
  2. Bocaue
  3. Bulakan
  4. Bustos
  5. Guiguinto
  6. Hagonoy
  7. Las Piñas
  8. Los Baños
  9. Makati
  10. Malabon City
  11. Malolos
  12. Mandaluyong
  13. Manila
  14. Marilao
  15. Meycauayan
  16. Muntinlupa
  17. Navotas
  18. Pandi
  19. Parañaque
  20. Pasig
  21. Plaridel (w/ co-morbidities)
  22. Plaridel (Senior Citizens)
  23. Pulilan
  24. San Juan – currently unavailable
  25. San Rafael
  26. Sta. Maria
  27. Taguig
  28. Taytay
  29. Quezon City
  30. Valenzuela

COVID-19 Vaccination Priority List

DOH categorized the vaccination priority list into three groups: Eligible A, Eligible B, and Eligible C.

Under Eligible A, the prioritization is as follows:

  • A1. Workers in Frontline Health Services
  • A2. All Senior Citizens
  • A3. Persons with Comorbidities
  • A4. Frontline personnel in essential sectors, including uniformed personnel
  • A5. Indigent Population

Once Eligible A has been fulfilled, Eligible B prioritization is as follows:

  • B1. Teachers, Social Workers
  • B2. Other Government Workers
  • B3. Other Essential Workers
  • B4. Socio-demographic groups at significantly higher risk other than senior citizens and poor population based on the NHTS-PR
  • B5. Overseas Filipino Workers
  • B6. Other Remaining Workforce

Once Eligible C has been fulfilled, Eligible C prioritization is as follows:

  • C. Rest of the Filipino population not otherwise included in the above groups

You can check the FAQs and more information by tapping here.

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