TAGUIG CITY’S VACCINATION BUS
Taguig City’s Vaccination Bus brings the vaccines closer to your home!
In order to provide fast, safe, accessible vaccination to more communities even those hard to reach ones, the Taguig City Vaccination Bus made its first deployment on May 21, 2021 at the Pusawan Covered Court in Barangay Ususan.
In today’s vaccination rollout, AstraZeneca doses were administered to Taguigeños who are part of A1, A2, and A3 categories. The vaccination bus will be stationed in its designated area for two to three (2-3) days.
The Taguig City Vaccination Bus can accommodate 200 vaccinees a day. It will augment the streamlined vaccination process being done across the city’s MegaVaccination Hubs and Community Vaccination Centers.
Counseling and vaccination are conducted inside the bus while registration, screening, and post-vaccination monitoring are done outside. Meanwhile, appointments may be done through Taguig Registry Access and Citizen Engagement (TRACE) or through the TRACE kiosks in every barangay.
Aside from the Taguig City Vaccination Bus, Taguig has established nine vaccination hubs in strategic areas around the city.
For those who prefer to get their vaccines at these sites, there will be a ‘hop-on, hop-off’ or point-to-point bus service that will pick up vaccinees with schedules beginning next week.
Taguig City ensures that the COVAX vaccine along with other brands in the city’s extensively procured vaccine portfolio is available for all Taguigeños. The Taguig City Vaccination Bus targets hard-to-reach and vulnerable communities when parked on-site.