McDonald’s Philippines to Inoculate Their Employees For Free After Buying 100k Vaccine Shots
McDonald’s Philippines bought almost 100, 000 vaccines from AstraZeneca to inoculate their employees for free.
Golden Arches Development Corp. (GADC) president and chief executive officer Kenneth Yang said that they would provide free AstraZeneca vaccines for their employees as they want to prioritize the safety of their crews and customers.
GADC would donate the half of the vaccines to the government and the Department of Health would administer the AstraZeneca shots in accordance with the allocation framework of the government.
“With the health and safety of people being our top priority, we will be providing the COVID-19 vaccine for free for our frontliners — crew and managers, in all company-owned restaurants nationwide,” Yang said.
McDonald’s Philippines said that the company was just complying the government’s policy and guidelines after the lockdown has been implemented in March 2020. The firm also launch online transactions for the convenience of the customers.
The food company is also implementing the safety protocols and quarantine guidelines given by the Philippine government amid the health crisis to prevent the transmission of coronavirus pandemic within their clients and workers.
“It is our responsibility to keep our people safe so that our customers will be too,” Yang added.
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