Jollibee and McDo offer selected stores as vax sites
MANILA – The Jollibee Group and McDonald’s Philippines have offered selected stores as vaccination sites in support of the government’s fight against COVID-19, a public-private COVID-19 task force said on Tuesday.
The T3 (Test, Trace, Treat) working group said Jollibee and McDonald’s offered selected stores in Region 3, Region 4 and other key cities outside of Metro Manila for 2 weeks to be used as vaccination sites to help the government meet its national goal of 1.5 million vaccines. Filipinos per day.
“We are ready to donate the space in our stores for 2 weeks in November, to help LGUs administer the first doses for the eligible population of adults and 12 to 17 year olds,” said the CEO of McDonald’s, Margot Torres.
Based on the proposal, the 2 restaurateurs would work with the LGUs responsible for implementing vaccinations, he said.
âOur teams can work with DOH regional offices to ensure safety measures and proper vaccination implementation in stores identified for use as vaccination sites. We expect to be able to perform 150-300+ jabs per day depending on the location, size and layout of the store, âsaid Pepot MiÃ±ana, Jollibee Group Director of Sustainability and Public Affairs.
Tsar Sec vaccine. Carlito Galvez approved the proposal to LGUs nationwide, the group said.
The two companies are part of the business sector collaboration called the Ingat Angat Campaign to educate the public about COVID-19 and vaccines, as well as support the government’s vaccination campaign.
The government aims to fully immunize 77.1 million Filipinos this year, but has so far only met 38.6% of that target as of November 8, more than 8 months after the deployment began.
While Metro Manila has now fully immunized over 88% of its target population, other regions are lagging behind, based on the latest regional vaccine data.