THE Bacolod City Covid-19 Vaccination Council (CoVac) has already administered a total of 78,361 doses Sinovac and AstraZeneca vaccines in the city.

Emergency Operations Center (EOC) records showed from March 5 to July 9, 2021, CoVac administers a total of 78,361 doses of vaccines.

CoVac on Monday, July 12, 2021, held the vaccine rollout in various areas in Bacolod City, including vaccination centers in Barangays Granada, Handumanan, and Cabug, ABES Cluster and SMX Convention Center.

They prioritized groups A1 (frontline health care workers), A2 (senior citizens), and A3 (adults with comorbidities).

CoVac will continue the vaccine rollout Tuesday in Barangays Alangilan, Banago, Mansilingan, Montevista, and Pahanocoy, Ayala Malls Capitol Center and SMX Convention Center.

On Wednesday, the vaccine rollout will continue in the areas of City Health Office that covers Barangays 20 and 23, Barangays Felisa, Estefania, Mandalagan, and Tangub, Ayala Malls Capitol Center, and SMX Convention Center.

On Thursday, they will be in the areas of Barangay Alijis, Bata, Punta Taytay, Singcang-Airport, Sum-ag, Villamonte, Vista Alegre, and Taculing, Ayala Malls Capitol Central, and SMX Convention Center.

The vaccines being rolled out this week are part of the 10,000 doses of Sinovac vaccines from the national government that the city received on July 6.

The City will accommodate only those who have completed their vaccination registration and have received a call or text from the EOC of their confirmed appointments.

To avail of the free vaccination, Bacolod residents should register online through the link tinyurl.com/bcdceironline or go personally to their respective barangay halls.