Muntinlupa has suspended first dose vaccinations for two weeks due to a short supply of jabs, the city government said. It will resume announcements once stocks are replenished.
Those who scheduled for their first dose on Tuesday, July 6, will be accommodated at vaccination centers, the local government said on Facebook.
"Muli pong magpapatuloy ang pagpapadala ng schedule sa sandaling dumating na ang mga bagong supply ng bakuna," it said.
Those who are awaiting their second dose have reserved jabs and should follow the schedule given to them, it said.
As of Sunday, the Philippines has fully vaccinated 2,868,905 and administered the first dose on 8,839,124 others.