THE Caloocan City Health Office released on Saturday the requirements for acquiring another copy of lost vaccination card given to city residents who were fully vaccinated.
Mayor Oscar “Oca” Malapitan said the City Health Office released the requirements after confusion arises from those who lost their vaccination card, including minors, who received their first jab of COVID-19 vaccine.
To those who lost their vaccination card, an affidavit of loss must be executed by the owner before proceeding to the office at the 5th floor of the Caloocan City Hall, bringing with them their valid Identification Card (ID).
If the transaction will be done by owner’s representative, an affidavit of loss, executed by the owner of “bakuna card”, his or her authorization letter and their valid ID cards are needed for processing.
For minors who lost their bakuna card, an affidavit of loss executed by their parent or guardian, valid ID of minor and valid ID of parent or guardian are needed for processing.
Mayor Oca also reminded that all transactions regarding vaccination cards, vaccination certificates, local or foreign travel, OFWs and others should be done only at the 5th floor of Caloocan City Hall.
For those who lost their vaccination card containing only the details of their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, they can only get their new “bakuna card” to their scheduled vaccination site after receiving their second dose.
City health official said request for the new bakuna card in exchange for lost card can be claim after two days of processing.