Keralty Philippines, a healthcare trailblazer, has contributed its share in the global fight against COVID-19. #KeraltyPH has mobilized its teams of medical front liners, who tirelessly aimed for and achieved their goals. Vaccination, as a natural response, shows how the pandemic battle can be clearly won—by actively aiming for herd immunity as more and more of the populace constantly receive it.
In May, the #KeraltyGetsTheJabDone battle cry resonated alongside its vaccine administration program. It has been the golden opportunity for #KeraltyPH to beef up our core competencies, integrating innovation not only into our service portfolio, but to the entire experience. Our vaccination teams involve over 40 of our dedicated staff and experts.
One of Keralty Philippines' first vaccine rollouts took place at Barangay Wack-Wack’s La Salle Greenhills gymnasium in San Juan City. This was followed by an LGU site in Quezon City in partnership with a group of private organizations. We also ventured up north to Clark, Pampanga, for a client. June and July went by and this August, over 25,000 doses—and still counting—have been administered, truly confirming that #KeraltyGetsTheJabDone.
Globally, Keralty has already administered more than 2 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines. This is testament to its commitment to help end the pandemic.
“Vaccines against COVID-19 are effective and prevent people from getting seriously ill, and getting vaccinated can also protect the people around us, especially those at higher risk of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19. We can definitely affirm that vaccination against COVID-19 is the safest way to help generate protection. Get vaccinated!”
-Germán Sánchez Mateus M.D.
Chief Medical Officer
“There is no other way to return to ‘normal life’ other than to be vaccinated. When you can, get the jab. Do it for you and do it for the ones you love.”
- Joseph Ladrido, CEO
Learn more about how #KeraltyGetsTheJabDone with its COVID-19 vaccine administration program and its vaccination teams. Leave your contact number via Facebook Messenger or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sama-sama nating labanan ang COVID-19.