Bacolod City will hold the “Bigjab Weekend” at the SMX Convention Center and at the Ayala Malls Capitol Central today and tomorrow, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The weekend vaccination drive aims to prioritize city residents belonging to A1 to A5 categories, especially those who are unable to go to the vaccination sites during office hours, or working days.
City Administrator Em Legaspi-Ang, Emergency Operations Center-Task Force executive director and Covid-19 Vaccination Council coordinator, said residents under these categories, who have registered online, may walk-in at any of the two vaccination sites this weekend, a press release from the city said.
“No need to wait for an appointment notification from CoVaC as long as they have completed their online registration,” Ang clarified.
Those qualified must bring any government-issued ID with a Bacolod address, and a confirmation of their online registration through tinyurl.com/bcdceironline.
On August 30, the vaccination drive of the city will go on a 24-hour shift as the EOC strategizes a plan of action to control the spread of Covid-19 infections and sustain the downtrend of cases.
The round-the-clock vaccination jab will be launched on Monday to coincide with the National Heroes’ Day, Ang said.*