SBMA intensifies vaxx rollout for economic frontliners
The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority has intensified the rollout of the vaccination program for economic frontliners working in companies based in the Subic Freeport to boost productivity.
In a Punto Central Luzon report, SBMA chair and administrator Wilma Eisma said the Subic agency was getting more workers inoculated with increased vaccine allocations from the Department of Health, as well as donations from private groups like the ICTSI Foundation.
According to the report, Eisma supervised on Thursday the launch of the second phase of SBMA’s vaccination program at the Subic Gym, with 250 employees of MSK Group Work Inc. (Subic) and some SBMA personnel receiving their first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine from the ICTSI Foundation.
“This is the start of a more intensified vaccination program for Subic stakeholders because we are able to secure more vaccines now since we have a storage facility with a total capacity of 40,000 doses,” she was quoted as saying.
The SBMA chief said that under the SBMA-DOH vaccine rollout, the SBMA Public Health and Safety Department continues to vaccinate qualified recipients in the A1 to A4 categories of the government’s priority list.
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