Bacoor’s getting ready for COVID 19 vaccines, says Mayor Lani Mercado
Bacoor Mayor Lani Mercado is leaving nothing to chance when it comes to immunizing her constituents against COVID 19.
In a Facebook post, Mercado said the city government conducted a vaccination rollout simulation to test its readiness to administer the vaccines once these arrive.
It had been a successful exercise, she said,
And now, Bacoor is preparing to enter into a tripartite agreement to acquire vaccines for residents who would not be covered by the national government’s vaccination drive, she said.
It will also prepare storage facilities and continue the registration process for residents that would be given the chance.
When the vaccines arrive, Bacoor doesn’t want to be caught flat-footed!
“Magandang balita mga Bacooreño! Matagumpay nating naisagawa ang vaccination rollout simulation kaninang umaga sa Southern Tagalog Regional Hospital kung saan 30 Bacooreño na healthcare workers, government employees, at social workers ang nabakunahan.
Sa ngayon ay naghahanda na tayong pumasok sa tripartite agreement sa isang pharmaceutical company na siyang ilalaan naman para sa mga Bacooreño na mababakunahan labas sa allocation ng National Government. Inihahanda na rin natin ang ating storage facility at patuloy ang registration at survey para sa Barangay E-Governance Information System o BEGIN na siyang ibibigay sa Covid-19 Electronic Immunization Registration (CEIR) ng DOH,” Mercado posted.
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