Marikina Launches Free Anti-Flu Vaccination Drive
Mayor Marcy Teodoro, alongside Congresswoman Maan Teodoro, led the rollout of a vital healthcare initiative in Marikina - the ongoing distribution of free anti-flu vaccines. This proactive campaign is designed to bolster the health and well-being of the city's residents, shielding them from common ailments like fever, colds, and the flu.
The flu vaccination drive kicked off at the Manotoc Covered Court in Barangay Sto. Niño. While the program primarily targets residents aged 18 and above in this barangay, it's worth noting that a substantial number of beneficiaries were senior citizens. This fact brought particular joy to Congresswoman Maan, who has long been an advocate for the health and welfare of the elderly in Marikina.
Vice Mayor Marion Andres and dedicated staff members from various Marikina City government offices actively participated in this vital health initiative.
Over the coming days, this free anti-flu vaccination program will continue to roll out across Marikina, extending its reach to different barangays and health centers. The city's commitment to its residents' well-being remains unwavering, ensuring that they are not only protected but also enjoy a high standard of health in the face of seasonal illnesses.
This initiative underscores Marikina's dedication to proactive healthcare measures, promoting the health and safety of its citizens. By offering free flu vaccinations, the city aims not only to protect but also to empower its residents to lead healthy, active lives.
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