(UPDATED: 2/15/2022) MandaTrack is Mandaluyong City’s QR Code contact tracing solution.
Starting February 16, 2021, all Mandaluyong City residents, non-residents, as well as business facilities and establishments must register online using the Manda Track App and generate their own QR code.
The MandaTrack QR code will then be required upon entering public facilities and establishments within the city.
How to register to MandaTrack?
Step 1. Go to https://mandatrack.appcase.net/ on your browser to start your registration.
Step 2. Choose if you’re going to register as an individual or business.
Step 3. For an individual, choose the “Individual sign-up” then, make sure to tick “YES” under the “Do you plan on getting vaccinated?” to pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. Next, choose if either you are a Mandaleño, Working in Mandaluyong, or a visitor. Continue registration by filling out the rest of the form with utmost honesty.
Make sure to provide an active email and mobile number for verification and contact tracing purposes, and provide your account with a strong password for protection.
Step 4. Once you’re done, you can now download your QR code. In case of QR code loss, you can also generate a new one by clicking “Renew QR code”. Moreover, you can update your account details, as well as change your login details.
Pro Tip: Print your QR code and laminate it to protect it from getting damaged and for ease of use.
For Business Establishment registration, read the image below.
As of February 15, 2022, Mandaluyong has a total of 36,711 confirmed cass and 35,725 recovered patients. All residents and visitors are encouraged and required to create their QR codes via MandaTrack and register for vaccination at https://mandavax.mandaluyong.gov.ph/Mandaluyong/manda-vaccine/.
The local government of Mandaluyong City penned a data-sharing agreement with its neighboring cities to strengthen its data collection and contact tracing system amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Menchie Abalos said last February 2021.
Abalos signed a memorandum of agreement (MOA) stating the city’s contact tracing application, MandaTrack, will be integrated with Valenzuela’s ValTrace, Pasig’s PasigPass, and Antipolo’s Antipolo Bantay COVID-19 contact tracing systems.
The MOA enable the said cities to share their contact tracing systems and requires the user to only download one QR code for the four cities, resulting in a more convenient and uniform contact tracing by the local government.
For more inquiries and concern, you may reach out to the Mandaluyong Contact Tracing Team at email@example.com
—(Source: Mandaluyong City Information)