Veterans Affairs

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Mission Statement

 “To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow and his orphan.”

Service members, Veterans, and their beneficiaries can find more information about VA benefits at www.va.gov.

COVID-19 vaccinations:

U.S. Veterans currently receiving healthcare benefits from the VA Manila Outpatient Clinic will continue to receive e-mail updates about COVID-19 vaccinations directly from the VA Clinic. The VA Manila Outpatient Clinic expects to receive its initial shipment of COVID-19 vaccines in late April or early May 2021. Veterans will be contacted to schedule vaccination appointments based upon VA’s prioritization guidance, which is available on VA’s COVID-19 website. Veterans who are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine will be contacted directly by VA Manila staff to schedule a vaccine appointment, which will be provided at the VA Manila Outpatient Clinic in Pasay City. Vaccinations at the VA Manila Outpatient Clinic will be provided on an appointment basis only, no walk-ins will be allowed. At this time, VA Manila will only be offering vaccines to Veterans actively enrolled in healthcare services from the VA Manila Outpatient Clinic. As additional vaccine supplies become available, VA Manila will expand available vaccines to non-enrolled Veterans and spouses, in accordance with the PL 117-4, the SAVE LIVES Act.  Veterans can access general information on COVID-19 vaccines on the CDC’s website.

For information about the VA Manila Regional Office and Outpatient Clinic, follow this link and then scroll down to the tab for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.