A4 category vaccine philippines| who are included in the list?

The Government has roll out the Covid 19 vaccination of A4 priority group and it will be done in two phases.

The priority group A4 includes workers in the private and public sectors, informal sectors (self-employed, working in private households who are physically reporting to work and assigned to perform fieldwork.


A4 Category Group

Phase I- A4 workers in NCR+8

Places that have a high Covid 19 cases will be prioritized. This includes A4 workers in NCR +8 (Metro Manila, Cavite, Bulacan, Rizal, Laguna, Pampanga, Metro Cebu, and Metro Davao.

Phase II- A4 workers outside NCR+8

A4 workers outside NCR.

After Phase I, Phase II will be implemented. In the meantime, Local Government Units in provinces will continue the vaccination of priority group A1 (healthcare workers), A2 (Senior CItizens), A3 (people with comorbidities).

Further, it will be prioritized based on the nature of work as follows:

A4.1 – private sector workers who work outside their homes

A4.2 – employees in government agencies and instrumentalities, including government-owned or controlled corporations and local government units.

A4.3 – informal sector workers and self-employed who work outside their homes and those working in private households.

What document you need to present as a proof that you belong the group?

It depends on the type of work you have, you can either present one of the following:

  • Company ID
  • Contract or permit
  • Certificate of eligibility (employment, deployment, assignment)
  • Other proof of work like Business permit or community tax certificate.

Where to register for the vaccination?

Type of WorkerWhere to Register
Private or Public WorkersEstablishment/ Agency/ Organization
Informal Sector/Self-employedLocal Government Unit

What type of vaccine will you receive?

Vaccine brands include AstraZeneca, Sinovac, Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and Sputnik V. The vaccine you will be given depends on the availability in the LGU and your health screening.

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All vaccines given the Emergency Use Authorization of the DFA according to DOH is safe and effective.