SBMA gears up for mass vaccine program for Subic stakeholders
The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority is gearing up for its mass vaccination program for stakeholders in the Subic Bay Freeport.
The program is a collaboration between SBMA and the Department of Health, the Subic Bay Freeport Chamber of Commerce, and the SBMA Employees Welfare Multi-Purpose Cooperative, according to SBMA chair and administrator Wilma Eisma.
“We’re covering all possible access points to get hold of vaccines for workers and business locators, as well as residents in the freeport and SBMA employees and their families,” she said.
“We are in touch with the Philippine Red Cross to help us procure vaccines, and we’re also eyeing this tie-up between the SBFCC and a pharmaceutical outfit to help us realize a mass vaccination program here in Subic,” Eisma added.
The SBMA chief said she was pleased with the “whole community approach to the Covid-19 problem.”
“I’m certain that when neighbors band together, they can do things better and faster,” Eisma said.
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