Angeles City sets up 2 mobile vaccination clinics at borders
MABALACAT CITY, Pampanga––The government of Angeles City dispatched two mobile bus clinics to set up vaccination sites along the borders it shares with Porac town during the first day Monday of the “Bayanihan, Bakunahan National COVID-19 Vaccination Days.”
The mobile bus clinics were positioned at MacArthur Highway on the boundary of Balibago village in Angeles City and Lakandula village in this city, and the Angeles City-Porac Road.
In a statement, the Angeles City government said the two mobile bus clinics would vaccinate both city residents and non-residents as it joins the whole country in the “#VaxAsOne” program.
As of 9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 29, staff members of the mobile clinic at the Angeles City-Mabalacat border have vaccinated more than 50 residents and non-residents.
Mayor Carmelo Lazatin Jr. said the City College of Angeles and Angeles City National High School accommodated non-residents during the three-day vaccination drive.
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