At least 34% of the employees of call center operator, Concentrix are now vaccinated against COVID-19 through its partnership with the local government of Bacolod City.
Mayor Bing Leonardia, chair of both the Emergency Operations Center-Task Force (EOC-TF) and the COVID-19 Vaccination Council (CoVaC), visited the on-site graveyard shift vaccination drive at Concentrix Bacolod last September 16, congratulated the workers for deciding to get vaccinated and for being one of the companies which are compliant with the City’s vaccination program.
According to Concentrix Site Director Paul Anthony Espeleta, Concentrix had 1,028 employees vaccinated for the dose last August 19, with their second jab due last Sept. 16.
Leonardia, in a speech, said, “Concentrix had the first on-site graveyard shift vaccination drive. I congratulate you for having vaccinated 34% of your personnel.”
“Concentrix Bacolod was the first-ever Concentrix site to have night-shift vaccination drive in the country. Considering the supply challenges with vaccines, we are grateful that economic frontliners from our industry have this support, as part of A4 category,” Espeleta said.
The City’s vaccine rollout is being supervised by City Administrator Em Ang, executive director of EOC and coordinator of CoVaC; OIC-City Health Officer Dr. Edwin Miraflor Jr., and EOC Deputies Medical Dr. Chris Sorongon and Dr. Anna Maria Laarni Pornan, with the assistance of barangay officials and vaccination doctors.
To avail of the free vaccination of Bacolod City, register online thru this link: