Frontliners from the Central Negros Electric Cooperative, Inc. (CENECO) got their COVID-19 vaccine recently as the city continues to battle against corona virus.
In a statement, CENECO said their office received a total of 300 doses of Sinovac vaccine from the Bacolod City Local Government Unit.
The vaccines were provided to CENECO employees assigned in its main and area offices, as well as to their dependents who are eager to get vaccinated.
CENECO Acting General Manager/NEA PS Atty. Danny Pondevilla were among those who were inoculated.
CENECO thanked Bacolod City Local Government Unit for the effort of extending its usual support to the cooperative especially in ensuring protection and safety in the time of pandemic.
It can be recalled that the CENECO main office along Mabini-Gonzaga Streets has been closed for a couple of times for disinfection and sanitation after employees were in contact with COVID positive individuals.