SMDC rolls out vaccination program for residents, employees
Partnering with local government units and the Philippine Red Cross, the country’s largest and fastest growing real estate developer recently inoculated 1,200 condominium residents in four of its properties, namely Mezza Residences, Mezza II Residences, Grass Residences, and Trees Residences all in Quezon City. SMDC President Jose Mari Banzon said the company is grateful for the support of the Quezon City government and the Red Cross, and for the willingness of SMDC residents to be vaccinated. The Red Cross has warned vaccination rate must increase rapidly and protection measures upheld to win the battle against more transmissible, and potentially more virulent variants of COVID-19. The entire SM Group has been actively supporting the government’s vaccination program with the inoculation of its employees and opening its malls as vaccination sites, and SMDC saw the need to join the vaccination campaign after an informal survey revealed majority of its residents have not availed of the government’s inoculation programs yet.
The amenity areas in the SMDC developments served as safe vaccination venues. Red Cross ensured the proper sanitation of these areas and provided medical personnel to administer the vaccines. A number of medical doctors and nurses, who are residents of SMDC properties, volunteered and have been trained to help.
SMDC plans to continue rolling out its vaccination drive, working together with LGUs and the Philippine Red Cross for its other developments. To read more about SMDC and its various community activities, visit https://smdc.com/