Good news! Commuters can now get their COVID-19 vaccines in these LRT-2 stations starting February 22, 2022.

In a move to make COVID-19 vaccines more accessible to the public, the Light Rail Transit Authority (LRTA)—together with the city governments of Manila and Antipolo—will be holding vaccination drives at selected LRT-2 stations starting Tuesday, February 22, 2022.

“We are making COVID-19 vaccines easily available, accessible, and convenient to the riding public,” LRTA administrator Jeremy Regino explains. “We [also] encourage our commuters and their family members to get booster jabs for added protection, as well as those who have no vaccines yet to avail of our vaccination drive.”

Jab Well Done

As of writing, the Recto and Antipolo stations will be used as vaccination sites. You can get your first dose and booster shots on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 AM to 5 PM in the Recto station, and on Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30 AM to 4 PM in the Antipolo station.

Prior to your visit, you’ll need to register online at if you’re planning to get your shot at the Recto station. On the other hand, you may register at if you’re heading to the Antipolo station.

In order to ensure everyone’s safety, the LRTA assured the public that they are “compliant with the policies, protocols, and requirements of the Department of Health.” Additionally, the LRTA adds that everyone must bring their accomplished registration form, signed waiver, and QR code in order to get their vaccine.

People above 18 years old are eligible for this vaccine, with strict implementation of health and safety protocols being enforced in the venue.


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