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Mati City Hall workers get vaccinated

June 02, 2021 - Wednesday 7:06 PM by CIO MATI

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City of Mati Vice Mayor Glenda Rabat Gayta along with several City Hall employees who qualified to the A1, A2, and A3 vaccine priority categories received their first dose of vaccine today, June 2.

Mati Incident Management Team headed by Dr. Ben Hur Catbagan Jr. administered the first dose to the LGU employees. All of them are classified workers in frontline services, senior citizens, and persons with comorbidities. “These LGU employees are the economic drivers of the city who face a lot of people every day.

Mao dapat nato tabangan ang nakapadagan sa ekonomiya sa siyudad,” Dr. Catbagan said. Aside from Vice Mayor Glenda, City Councilors Cheeno Almario, Alexander Alcantara, and Sangguniang Panglungsod (SP) Secretary Juvy Mabini were also given their first jab of anti-Covid vaccine today at the SP Hall. All of them did not manifest any reactions to the vaccine and were allowed to leave right after.

They shall wait for ten weeks for the second dose. Of the 70 city hall employees listed for vaccination, only 61 were vaccinated on Wednesday afternoon.

Meanwhile, Dr. Catbagan advised the people in Mati who belong to the A4 vaccine priority category - the frontline personnel in essential sectors including the uniformed personnel - to have themselves listed at the City Health Office because they will get their dose of the vaccine very soon.