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    SEPTEMBER 17, 2021


    [at Quezon City Reception House]



    [Laus Convention Center, San Fernando, Pampanga]

    Vice President Leni Robredo visited the site of the first Vaccine Express in San Fernando, Pampanga on Friday to see firsthand the vaccination process and personally thank the partners and the volunteers in the initiative done with the City Government of San Fernando in Pampanga.

    The OVP and San Fernando LGU joined forces to inoculate essential workers (A4 category) through the Vaccine Express initiative, which was held at the Laus Convention Center. Those who availed of the vaccine pre-registered with the LGU, and received post-vaccination care kits from OVP and its Angat Buhay partners.

    Vaccine Express - San Fernando was also made possible with the support of civil society groups and other Angat Buhay partners.

    Also taking part in the initiative were medical and non-medical volunteers from the following institutions: Malolos Maternity Hospital; Philippine Red Cross; Guiguinto Polymedic Hospital; Philippine General Hospital; Smile Symmetry Dental Clinic; Makati Medical Center; Asian Hospital and Medical Center; Fe Del Mundo Medical Center; Activeone Health; Manila Doctors Hospital; University of Santo Tomas Hospital; Medical Center Manila – Manila Med; Emilio G. Perez District Hospital; PAGCOR; East Avenue Medical Center; Metropolitan Medical Center; Veterans Memorial Medical Center; Quezon City General Hospital; Matias H. Aznar Memorial College of Medicine; Far Eastern University – NMRF; University of Santo Tomas; San Beda University; Emilio Aguinaldo College – School of Medicine; Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila – College of Medicine; University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center – College of Medicine; at Philippine Medical Student Association – Our Lady of Fatima University.

    Posted in VP's Day on Sep 17, 2021