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Suspension of Distribution of Emergency Relief Assistance in Upper Bicutan

To diffuse tension and restore peace, the City government has suspended today the distribution of the national government’s emergency relief assistance in Barangay Upper Bicutan. The distribution will resume as soon as the safety of the beneficiaries and the government workers is ensured.

The decision was reached after several persons who are NOT in the SAP 1 and SAP 2 lists of cash aid beneficiaries stormed the venue for the distribution and threatened and attempted to hurt our social workers, security staff, and policemen.

We reiterate that the national government’s directive is clear: those who are in the SAP1 and SAP2 lists will be prioritized for the financial assistance from the national government; other vulnerable groups like low-income individuals and those who are severely affected by the ECQ are to follow but subject to availability of funds. The City cannot add beneficiaries to the lists without violating the prescribed rules.

The City understands the hardships that COVID-19 has brought upon everyone. That is why since the lockdown started last year, the City has been extending financial assistance, food packs, and hygiene kits to various sectors, INCLUDING those who are not in the SAP list of beneficiaries. Rest assured that the City will continue extending assistance for as long as its resources permit it.

We appeal to our residents to remain calm and to respect the rules laid down by the National Government. More importantly, we appeal to our residents not to threaten or harm in any way our social workers, security staff, and policemen who are all working hard and risking their own health and safety to distribute the assistance to their fellow Taguigeños.

We have achieved so much in our battle against COVID-19 because of your cooperation, patience, and understanding. We can win this battle only if we continue working together.

Lungsod ng Taguig sinimulan na ang pamamahagi ng Emergency Relief Assistance mula sa Pamahalaang Nasyonal Inbox


Sisimulan ngayong araw ng Pamahalaang Lungsod ang pamamahagi ng emergency relief assistance mula sa Pamahalaang Nasyonal. Narito ang mga dapat tandaan:


  1. Ang distribusyon ng emergency relief assistance ay batay sa nakatakdang prayoridad ng Joint Memorandum Circular No. 1 ng DSWD, DILG, at DND. Ayon sa kautusan mauuna ang:


a.) Beneficiaries ng Social Amelioration Program sa ilalim ng

Bayanihan Act 1 at karagdagang beneficiaries ng emergency

subsidy batay sa Section 4, (f) 3 ng Bayanihan Act 2;


b.) SAP wait-listed beneficiaries;


c.) Mga kabilang sa vulnerable groups kagaya ng mga

low-income individuals na walang kasama, PWDs, solo

parents at iba pa;


d.) Iba pang indibidwal na apektado ng ECQ na matutukoy ng

LGU kung meron pang natitirang pondo.


  1. Alinsunod sa direktiba ng pamahalaang nasyonal, ang emergency assistance ay nagkakahalaga ng P1,000 bawat tao ngunit hindi lalagpas sa P4,000 bawat pamilya na may apat na miyembro pataas.


  1. Ipapaskil sa inyong barangay website, barangay social media page at barangay hall ang listahan ng mga kwalipikadong benipisyaryo ng emergency relief assistance. Muli, uunahin ang SAP-registered recipients.


  1. May nakatakdang iskedyul ang inyong pagkuha ng emergency relief assistance. Kung maaari ay sundin ang inyong nakatakdang schedule at oras. Magdala ng ID bilang katibayan ng inyong pagkakakilanlan.


  1. Panatilihin ang minimum health standards: Magsuot ng face mask at face shield at alalahaning mag social distancing.


Narito ang nakatakdang schedule ng distribusyon ng ayuda sa mga SAP beneficiaries. Ang listahan ay ipapaskil ng inyong barangay bago ang takdang araw ng distribusyon:


April 7

-Brgy Ligid-Tipas – Tipas Elementary School Main

-Brgy. North Daang Hari  – Upper Bicutan Elementary School


April 8

– Tuktukan – Taguig Integrated School

– Fort Bonifacio – Gat Andres Bonifacio Elementary School


April 10

–  Ususan – Ususan Elementary School

– Bambang – Taguig Integrated School

– Katuparan – Diosdado Macapagal High School

– South Signal – Signal Village National High School


April 11

– Wawa – Taguig Integrated School

– Tanyag – Bagong Tanyag Integrated School

– Calzada – Tipas Elementary School (Main)

– Central Bicutan – Upper Bicutan Elementary School


April 12

– Bagumbayan – CP Sta. Teresa Elementary School

– Sta. Ana – Taguig Integrated School

– Central Signal – Signal Village National High School

– Upper Bicutan – Upper Bicutan Elementary School


April 13

– Lower Bicutan – RP Cruz Elementary School

– Palingon – Tipas Elementary School

– North Signal – Signal Village National High School

– Maharlika – Silangan Elementary School


April 14

– Napindan – Napindan Integrated School

– Hagonoy – CP Tinga Elementary School

– Pinagsama – Kapt. Eddie Reyes Integrated School

– South Daang Hari – Bagong Tanyag Elementary School (Annex A)


April 15

– Ibayo – Tipas Elementary School

– New Lower Bicutan – RP Cruz Elementary School

– Western Bicutan – Tenement Elementary School

– San Miguel – EC Santos Elementary School


Antabayanan ang mga susunod na anunsiyo patungkol sa mga susunod na iskedyul ng mga kwalipikadong benepisyaryo.


Mayor Lino Cayetano Gets Vaccinated


Today I received the first dose of the Sinovac vaccine together with other A1.5 government frontliners, senior citizens and adults with comorbidities.
I urge all Taguigeños to register through Taguig Registry for Access and Citizen Engagement (TRACE) to secure your vaccination.
While supplies from the National Government continue to come in, we are expecting our orders of AstraZeneca, Covovax, Covaxin, and Moderna to arrive by the third quarter of the year. This will help the City in achieving its aim of fully innoculating the Taguig citizenry.
Vaccination is an important component of the Prevent-Detect-Isolate-Treat-Reintegrate strategy. We must continue to work together as we transition to the new normal.

Taguig, magsisimula nang ipamigay ang ayuda; pamamahagi ng stay-at-home packs at hygiene kits tuloy pa rin

Natanggap kahapon, Abril 5, ng Pamahalaang Lungsod ng Taguig ang emergency assistance mula sa pamahalaang nasyonal.

Layunin ng emergency assistance na magbigay ng ayuda sa mga mamamayang apektado ng kasalukuyang pagpataw ng ECQ.

Agad na inutos ni Mayor Lino Cayetano ang agarang pag proseso at paggawa ng listahan ng mga benipisyaryo. Ayon sa Joint Memorandum Circular No. 1, Series of 2021 na nilabas ng DILG, DSWD at DND, ang pamahalaang lokal ay magbibigay ng ayuda sa mga sumusunod na indibidwal batay sa nakatakdang prayoridad:

1. Beneficiaries ng Social Amelioration Program sa ilalim ng Bayanihan Act 1 at karagdagang beneficiaries ng emergency subsidy batay sa Section 4, (f) 3 ng Bayanihan Act 2;

2. SAP wait-listed beneficiaries;

3. Mga kabilang sa vulnerable groups kagaya ng mga low-income individuals na walang kasama, PWDs, solo parents at iba pa;

4. Iba pang indibidwal na apektado ng ECQ na matutukoy ng LGU kung meron pang natitirang pondo.

Magsisimula ang pamimigay ng ayuda ngayong Miyerkules, Abril 7.

Samantala, tuloy ang pamimigay ng 3-day stay-at-home food packs at hygiene kits ng pamahalaang lungsod sa bawat pamilyang Taguigeño. Nagsimula ang pamimigay noong unang araw ng ECQ, Marso 29.

Noong nakaraang taon, naglabas ang lungsod ng Taguig Amelioration Program (TAP) na financial assistance na P4,000 sa lahat ng hindi nakatanggap ng SAP at apat na rounds ng stay-at-home food packs.

Patuloy ang pakikipag-ugnayan ng lungsod sa national government para mas mapaigting ang tulong sa mga nangangailangan. ###




The City of Taguig is happy to announce that we are 90% done in vaccinating those in category A1 of the COVID-19 Vaccine Priority List — this includes doctors, nurses, other public and private healthcare workers, and those working in COVID-19 referral hospitals in the city.


If you belong in this category, you can still get vaccinated any time. You may reach out to the medical institution you work for, as the City has already established lines with them.


On March 31, with guidance from the DOH, we have begun simultaneous vaccination of registered A2 (senior citizens) and A3 (people with comorbidities) categories based on the DOH prioritization list and Taguig City Vaccine Task Force Board Resolution No. 1 or the Taguig Vaccination Rollout Plan.


For those who have registered but have not yet been scheduled, the Vaccine Task Force will alert you via the phone number or email you have provided once we have a schedule available. As of now, our vaccination rollout is dependent on the supply sent to us.


All vaccines currently being administered—Sinovac and AstraZeneca from the COVAX facility—are from the national government supply. For now, we will continue to schedule vaccination for Taguigueños based on deliveries by the national government.


Our LGU orders will hopefully arrive on the 3rd quarter of this year. We are expecting supplies of AstraZeneca, Covaxin, Covovax by Novovax, and Moderna.


Between the national and government supply, we assure that ALL Taguigeños will have access to free vaccination. As more vaccines come in, we will continue to schedule those who are registered in our TRACE System and have generated their QR Code. On Monday, 05 April, we will open the vaccination hotline and email for additional queries.


We urge all Taguiguenos to register and sign-up at Taguig TRACE where you will be assigned a Taguig QR Code. Taguig TRACE is available in Apple and Google Play stores, or via Web Application by logging-in at


For those working in Taguig but are non-residents, we are reaching out to the DOH and offering our assistance in vaccination, but our national government supply is based on our current resident population. Once our LGU-procured vaccines come and the majority of our residents are fully vaccinated, the City of Taguig will offer vaccination to the non-resident workforce.


The City of Taguig reiterates the importance of vaccination, but we emphasize that vaccination is just one component in ending this worldwide pandemic. Let us continue to work together, follow health protocols, be vigilant, and continue to learn and adapt. As a community, only through an all-of-society approach, can we transition faster to the new normal.


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