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Caloocan holds mass vaccination for seniors

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A mass vaccination against COVID-19 for senior citizens in Caloocan City will be conducted on Jan. 6, the local government said in a report by Manila Bulletin.

All vaccination sites in the city will be open for first and second doses, and booster shots starting at 8 a.m.

The local government said seniors should bring a valid ID and the “Bakuna Card” for those who will get their booster shots.

It added that unvaccinated relatives of the seniors can also be inoculated.

The sites are still open for adult (18-59 years old) and pediatric (12-17 years old) vaccinations. Non-residents of Caloocan are welcome for vaccination.

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