The Philippines is slowly but surely fighting Covid-19. As of writing, the total number of cases is almost 1.5 million with an average of 3,000 to 5,000 new cases per day. 

Compared to the situation earlier this year, the country has seen substantial progress with its fight against this deadly virus that has devastated the world. But even so, we still have a long way to go. 

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Compare to other countries, the vaccination program in the country is still slow. As of July 11, 2021, about 9.7 million people already received the first of two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in the Philippines. In contrast, roughly 3.5 million already received both doses of the vaccine. 

The vaccination program started in March and LGUs in Metro Manila have been conducting simultaneous vaccination for the different sectors. 

  • A1 refers to medical front-liners

  • A2 to senior citizens, 

  • A3 covers persons with comorbidities

  • A4 refers to essential workers who need to go outside their homes

  • A5 refers to indigent citizens

That is why LGUs across Metro Manila and even other provinces in the country are continuously encouraging everyone to register for vaccination ASAP. 

If you don’t know where to register, see the list of websites below: 

Metro Manila

- Caloocan (updated link)

- Las Piñas (valid email required)

- Makati

- Marikina 

- Malabon

- Mandaluyong

- Manila 

- Muntinlupa

- Navotas

- Parañaque


- Pasig (Pasig Pass app)

- Pateros 

- Quezon City

- San Juan

- Taguig (Taguig Trace app)

- Valenzuela


- Angat

- Balagtas




- Baliwag

- Bocaue

- Bulakan

- Bustos

- Calumpit


- Hagonoy

- Marilao

- Malolos City

- Meycauayan 

- Obando

- Pandi

- Plaridel 

- Pulilan

- San Ildefonso

- San Rafael 

- San Miguel 

- Sta. Maria


- Alfonso

- Bacoor

- Cavite City

- Dasmariñas

- General Trias

- Naic

- Noveleta

- Tagaytay

- Tanza

- Trece Martires


- Biñan

- Cabuyao

- Calamba

- Los Baños

- San Pablo

- Santa Rosa

Metro Cebu

- Cebu City

Metro Davao

- Davao City


- Angeles

- San Fernando


- Antipolo

- Angono

- Baras

- Binangonan

- Cainta

- Jalajala

- Morong

- Rodriguez

- San Mateo

- Tanay

- Taytay

- Teresa

- Pililla

The country aims to vaccinate 58 million people by the end of the year.

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Source: CNN Philippines


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