Manila Prince Hotel opens its facility as Manila's 19th vaccination center – Isko
Manila Bulletin|May 15, 2021
The Manila City government has announced the city’s 19th vaccination site – the Manila Prince Hotel located in Ermita, Manila.
ANDREA KATE ARO

Manila Mayor Francisco “Isko Moreno” and Manila Health Department (MHD) chief Dr. Arnold “Poks” Pangan hailed the addition of the Manila Prince Hotel as a vaccination center to help in the rapid rollout of vaccines to residents following their inspection visit to the hotel facility on Friday, May 14.

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