The city government of Manila has allowed anew walk-in vaccinations to address the low vaccination turnout in the city.
“Manila City Mayor Isko Moreno allows walk-in clients in all vaccination sites following low vaccination turnout. Directive was issued at around 4:30 p.m. today,” said the city’s public information office (PIO) on Monday.
The city on Sunday prohibited walk-ins and said that only those who had their vaccinations scheduled online and received a text message via Manila CoVax SMS would be entertained in vaccination sites.
More than 7,000 individuals availed themselves of Covid-19 vaccines following Domagoso’s directive, the Manila PIO said.
On Sunday, Manila inoculated 27,642 individuals, a single-day high in the city.
Manila has recorded 65,268 Covid-19 cases as of June 21.
Of the number, 62,914 have recovered and 1,199 have died. John Ezekiel J. Hirro