In an effort to drive the number of vaccinated Filipinos, property developer RLC Residences launched a vaccination program for its residents and onsite staff members.
The program kicked off on August 20 with a round of first doses for homeowners living in RLC Residences properties in Mandaluyong City, which include Gateway Residences, Gateway Garden Ridge, Sonata Private Residences, and Axis Residences.
Official residents and their families were all qualified for inoculation, with senior citizens and persons with disabilities prioritized by receiving their first shot inside their homes. Onsite property management team members, including housekeeping, security, and technical staff, were also included as vaccine recipients.
Following the initial roll-out, RLC Residences is pursuing the expansion of the program to other properties in Pasig and Quezon City, such as The Pearl Place, East of Galleria, The Sapphire Bloc, Vimana Verde, Acacia Escalades, The Magnolia Residences, Escalades at the 20th, Escalades East Tower, and Galleria Regency.
With this initiative already in place, RLC Residences aims to safeguard their spaces for their homeowners and employees with vaccines and strict compliance with national pandemic protocols. Just recently, Axis Residences and Radiance Manila Bay received their Safety Seal certifications from the local government units of Mandaluyong and Pasay, respectively, for complying with the minimum public health standards.
To learn more about RLC Residences and the communities it nurtures, visit www.rlcresidences.com or check its Facebook (@RLCResidencesPH) and Instagram (@rlc_residences) pages.
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