Have you gotten vaccinated yet? What’s the vaccination process like in your city? Taguig looks like they’re really ramping things up by providing vaccination buses that stop around the city in order to help people get vaccinated. Each bus is said to be able to accommodate up to 500 people daily and will be stationed in certain areas for two to three days.
According to TRACE Taguig’s Facebook post, “this new and innovative way of getting more people vaccinated will complement the city’s comprehensive vaccination program and allow easier access to COVID-19 vaccines while ensuring the efficiency, safety, and comfort of vaccination for citizens.”
The pop-up vaccination centers also aim to target Taguigeños and workers in hard-to-reach areas, vulnerable communities, and those who are unable to go to the city’s vaccination hubs personally.
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