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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
National Vaccine Deployment Plan for COVID-19
On March 1, 2021, the National Government has initiated the rollout of the COVID-19 Vaccine Deployment Program with the use of the SARS-COV-2 Vaccines in efforts to:
1) reduce morbidity and mortality while maintaining the most critical essential services;
2) protect those who bear significant additional risks and burdens of COVID-19 to safeguard the welfare of others;
3) substantially slow down rate of transmission and minimize disruption of social, economic, and security functions; and
4) responsibly resume social and economic day-to-day operations and activities.
Learn more about the various types of COVID-19 vaccines and why they can help us in our battle against COVID. Be informed and stay up to date with the latest scientific breakthroughs.
Frontline workers in health facilities both national and local, private and public, health professionals and non-professionals like students in health and allied professions courses with clinical responsibilities, nursing aides, janitors, barangay health workers, etc.
Senior citizens aged 60 years old and above
Adults with comorbidities
Priority shall be given to adult whose comorbidities are among the top causes of COVID-19 and national morbidity and mortality for prioritization to include: chronic respiratory disease, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, chronic kidney disease, cerebrovascular disease, malignancy, diabetes, obesity, chronic liver disease, neurologic disease, and immunodeficiency state.
Frontline personnel in essential sectors both in public and private sectors, including uniformed personnel, and those in working sectors identified by; the IATF that are directly client facing and cannot dutifully meet minimum public health standards
Poor population based on the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) not otherwise included in the preceding categories
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
A3 Prioritization Guidelines
a. Any adult between 18-59 years old with any controlled comorbidity can be part of Priority Group A3.
b. Priority shall be given to adult whose comorbidities are among the top causes of COVID-19 and national morbidity and mortality for prioritization to include
chronic respiratory disease,
chronic kidney disease,
chronic liver disease,
neurologic disease, and
c. Any of the following may be provided as proofs of comorbidity issued within the past 18 months:
Medical certificate from an attending physician;
Prescription for medicines;
Hospital records such as the discharge summary and medical abstract;
Surgical records and pathology reports 2. In case of limited vaccine supply, further sub-prioritization of Priority
Group A3 shall be done based on geographic burden of COVID-19 disease and LGU vaccination readiness.
Additional precautionary measures for implementation of vaccine deployment with Priority Group A3 shall be as follows: a. Administration of vaccines shall take into consideration specific comorbidities indicated as contraindications and precautions in vaccine productlist or in the EUA issued by the Philippine Food and Drug Administration. b. Vaccines shall not be administered to those with uncontrolled or poorly controlled comorbidities, and those in active disease