Kids ages 12 to 17 with underlying health conditions or comorbidities such as Down Syndrome, HIV, cancer, tuberculosis, and more are prioritized for vaccination among minors. They are now part of the A3 priority group called “Pediatric A3.”
List of hospitals participating in Pediatric A3 vaccination
To register, you must first contact your child’s pediatrician or hospital to get a schedule for the vaccination. For now, there are eight hospitals chosen in the National Capital Region (NCR) to participate in the phase 1 of Pediatric A3 vaccination.
The list of hospitals is as follows:
Philippine Children’s Medical Center
Fe Del Mundo Medical Center
National Children’s Hospital
Philippine Heart Center
Pasig City Children’s Hospital
Philippine General Hospital
St. Luke’s Medical Center - Global City
Makati Medical Center
Pediatric A3 COVID-19 vaccination requirements
The parent/guardian must accompany the vaccine recipient at the vaccination site with the following documents:
Medical Certificate given by the attending pediatrician/physician detailing the comorbidity/ies of the vaccine recipient (Click here for the template)
Document/s to prove filiation
Valid identification cards or documents with photos of the parent/guardian and the vaccine recipient to verify documents presented (e.g. passport).
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According to DOH, Pediatric A3 vaccination will be done in four phases.
Phase 1: Start with the eight hospitals in NCR
Phase 2: Expansion of up to 17 hospitals for NCR — at least one for each local government unit (LGU)
Phase 3: Vaccination in regions where at least 50% of senior citizens have already been vaccinated, namely CAR; Regions 1, 2, 3; Region IV-A; Region 8 and Region 10; and CARAGA
Phase 4: Expansion of areas for Pediatric A3 vaccination based on the vaccine supply, number of the vaccinated, and other data to consider
Click here for the list of comorbidities in kids that will be prioritized for the COVID-19 vaccine.