Pre-registration website for COVID-19 vaccine launched in Manila

CALOOCAN CITY, Jan. 2 (PIA) -- Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” Domagoso in his New Year's message on Thursday said the city government is launching a pre-registration website for those interested to receive COVID-19 vaccines.

The website, which can be accessed through this link:, is in preparation for the possible arrival of the COVID-19 vaccines this year, Domagoso said.

Mayor Isko said once the vaccine becomes available, the medical and health front-liners as well as the senior citizens will be given priority based on the policies laid out by the World Health Organization, the Department of Health, and the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases.

“Magpa reserve na kayo ng inyong slot sapagkat ang pagbabakuna ay voluntary,” he emphasized.

He said after all the priority sectors have been given the COVID-19 vaccine, those who have pre-registered and reserved their slots will be given the vaccine.

The mayor said the Manila City Government, as part of its preparation for the first quarter of 2021, has already signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with the two leading pharmaceutical companies in the world, Pfizer and Astra Zeneca.

“Loobin nawa ng Diyos sa darating na araw, lingo at buwan, na tayo ay makapirma na ng advance marketing commitment contract to acquire and reserve para sa initial na 400,000 dosage para sa 200,000 na mamamayan ng lungsod ng Maynila,” he expressed optimism.

Domagoso said the numbers are on top of the vaccine allotment by the national government.

He added that the deployment for the vaccination process of the city of Manila has already been prepared through the help of the Manila Health Department.

Meanwhile, the local chief executive assured that the city government will only procure and use vaccines that have been approved by the government's regulatory agencies to assure their safety and efficacy.

Domagoso said the COVID-19 vaccine will be administered to Manila residents for free.

Source: Philippines Information Agency (

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