August 8, 2022

Fr. Harvey Bagos (FACEBOOK)

San Bartolome de Novaliches Parish Parochial Vicar Fr. Harvey Bagos has called on parents of children ages 12 to 17 years old to have their children vaccinated against the coronavirus.

The Diocese of Novaliches in coordination with the Quezon City local government has begun the administration of booster shots to the pediatric group to protect them against Covid-19 as the resumption of more face to face classes looms.

Fr. Bagos reminded the parents of children ages 12 to 17 to get their booster shots five months after the administration of the second dose of Covid-19.

“We have begun the pilot testing of the first booster shots for the pediatric group children ages 12 to 17. We are calling on parents of children in this category to get booster shots for their children five months after the administration of the second dose of the vaccine against Covid-19,” Fr. Bagos said over Radio Veritas.

Records of the Quezon City Covid-19 Vaccination Tracker showed more than 6 million individuals had been vaccinated in areas under its jurisdiction. Of the number, more than a million have received their first and second booster shots.

As the resumption of more face to face classes looms, the Church in partnership with LGUs continues to call on the public, particularly parents of school aged children, to have their kids vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Fr. Harvey Bagos (FACEBOOK)

San Bartolome de Novaliches Parish Parochial Vicar Fr. Harvey Bagos has called on parents of children ages 12 to 17 years old to have their children vaccinated against the coronavirus.

The Diocese of Novaliches in coordination with the Quezon City local government has begun the administration of booster shots to the pediatric group to protect them against Covid-19 as the resumption of more face to face classes looms.

Fr. Bagos reminded the parents of children ages 12 to 17 to get their booster shots five months after the administration of the second dose of Covid-19.

“We have begun the pilot testing of the first booster shots for the pediatric group children ages 12 to 17. We are calling on parents of children in this category to get booster shots for their children five months after the administration of the second dose of the vaccine against Covid-19,” Fr. Bagos said over Radio Veritas.

Records of the Quezon City Covid-19 Vaccination Tracker showed more than 6 million individuals had been vaccinated in areas under its jurisdiction. Of the number, more than a million have received their first and second booster shots.

As the resumption of more face to face classes looms, the Church in partnership with LGUs continues to call on the public, particularly parents of school aged children, to have their kids vaccinated against the coronavirus.

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