Solaire’s Vaccine Initiative Starts with Team Members
Solaire Resort and Casino, the Philippines’ leading luxury integrated resort, began rolling out its vaccination program for its Team Members (employees) in the last week of June.
To date, all who are rostered for day to day operations have been fully vaccinated, while dependents are being scheduled for their initial dose.
Solaire, together with the corporate foundation of its sister company International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICTSI), had procured Moderna vaccines for its team members as well as five of their dependents at no cost to the team members.
The Solaire – ICTSI Foundation Inc. Vaccination Center (SIVC) located with Solaire, was the venue for the roll out of the vaccination program for team members beginning last week of June. Selected areas of The Theatre at Solaire were converted to accommodate a robust vaccination process that supports both drive-thru and on-site appointments.
The SIVC vaccine journey makes use of the latest in mobile technology developed by Zuellig Pharma, utilizing QR codes embedded with Team Member information for a quick, efficient and safe vaccine administration.
Lauded for its rigorous standards on cleanliness, Solaire has moreover become the benchmark for industries after local and international councils awarded the property with notable distinctions for its hygiene and sanitation measures made more stringent to meet the new global criteria on safety. Its campaign “Solaire Is Safe For You” showcases the meticulous protocols undertaken by each team member to ensure that the property, its guests, and other team members remain safe and protected from the continuing threat of the COVID-19 virus.
For more information, visit https://www.solaireresort.com/article/solaire-safe-you.
Photo shows: A Solaire Team Member getting a dose of the Moderna vaccine procured by Solaire and the International Container Terminal Services, Inc.
Photo shows: A Solaire Team Member has her photo taken after receiving her dose of the Moderna vaccine.