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Vaccination drive for transport sector at SM City Marilao

Over 200 individuals were inoculated yesterday during a special vaccination effort targeting the transport sector in Bulacan.

Vaccination drive for transport sector at SM City Marilao
SM City Marilao sealed the partnership with Go Negosyo, Department of Transportation (DOTr), Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) for the transport sector inoculation drive in Bulacan. Close to 200 transport workers were given AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab yesterday at SM City Marilao. Jun David

The initiative dubbed “Let’s Go Bakuna” is a joint effort of Go Negosyo, Department of Transportation (DOTr), Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) and in partnership with SM City Marilao, where the vaccination program was held.

The recipients that mostly consist of PUV drivers undergone screening and counseling before vaccination. They are also monitored and expected to return a couple of weeks for their second jab.

Kimberly Afundar from the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Road Transport and Infrastructure shares that the vaccination drive hopes to help the transport sector to recover while re-establishing commuter confidence in using public transportation.

Let’s Go Bakuna will also be rolled out in SM City Baliwag.

Topics: vaccination drive , Bulacan , transport sector , “Let’s Go Bakuna"
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