Frequently Asked Questions

Vaccines mimic the virus or bacteria that causes disease and triggers the body’s creation of antibodies. These antibodies will provide protection once a person is infected with the actual disease-causing virus or bacteria.
No, vaccination is not mandatory. But the government highly encourages the public to get vaccinated and be protected against preventable disease.
Frontline health workers, senior citizens, indigent population, and uniformed personnel are the priority groups to be vaccinated
We urge the public to be more vigilant with the information found online. Let us make it a habit to fact check and verify with reliable sources (DOH Facebook page, DOH website, WHO website, PIA website) regarding new information. Continue observing the minimum public health standards to prevent further transmission of the virus.
COVID-19 vaccines that are granted with Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are considered safe and effective based on the available evidence to date.
We apologise for the inconvenience. Please call the CRIS Secretariat through their hotline number 045-499-5335, or you can visit the nearest DigiHub in your area.

DigiHub – Atlu-Bola
Atlu-Bola Barangay Hall, Atlu-Bola, Mabalacat City

DigiHub – Camachiles
Camachiles Covered Court Phase 2, Camachiles, Mabalacat City

DigiHub – Dapdap
MCC Anex, Dapdap, Mabalacat City (Beside Fiesta Communities Dapdap)

DigiHub – Duquit
Duquit Covered Court, Duquit, Mabalacat City

DigiHub – Sapang Biabas
Mawaque Resettlement Covered Court, Sapang Biabas, Mabalacat City

If you have questions or concerns, feel free to contact us or you may visit us at Mabalacat City Hall (Mon-Fri, 08:00 – 17:00).

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