Anti-Measles Vaccine extended

The Department of Health extended it’s  free anti-measles vaccines program, “Iligtas sa Tigdas ang Pinas”. This door-to-door vaccination drive was launched last April and have reached out to as many as 11 million children – from nine months old up to 8 years old, in the country.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), measles (Rubella or German measles) is a highly contagious and serious disease caused by a virus. It remains one of the leading causes of death among young children globally, despite the availability of a safe and effective vaccine.

Moms should not miss this health campaign of the government for your child’s sake. Go to you Barangay health centers and inquire about this free vaccine before the campaign ends in June 4.

3 comments on “Anti-Measles Vaccine extended

  1. Yay! first gfc follower!

    Anyway, our city health officials here in Marikina had a door to door with us which is a good thing since I really don’t go out much and have no idea of what is happening in our barangay. Hubby was ecstatic because we saved 2k for the MR vaccine.

  2. I’m glad they extended the campaign my daughter had her vaccine yesterday .. Thanks for adding me in your Friend lists, i will add this blog also 🙂

  3. My daughter got vaccinated when they visited door to door last month. I wonder why my male “nurse” neighbor decline to have his son vaccinated. Followed you btw. =)

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