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U.S Veterans COVID-19 Vaccination
March 3, 2022

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. You can contact the VA with questions here:  https://www.va.gov/contact-us/.

If you are a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, connect with the Veteran Crisis Line available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for confidential help. Call +1 800-273-8255 (TTY +1 800-799-4889 if you have hearing loss ) or start a confidential chat. Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net. A trained responder will answer your call or chat and ask you a few questions. You decide how much you want to share. Feeling anxious or alone and thinking about suicide are some of the signs that a Veteran may be in crisis. No matter what you are experiencing, there is support available for you.

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. VA Manila is administering vaccines and boosters to eligible Veterans who have service-connected disabilities. Veterans who have questions about COVID-19 vaccines can email the VA Manila Outpatient Clinic directly at ManilaCOVIDVaccine@va.gov.

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.