The management of Seda Capitol Central, an Ayala Corporation affiliate, turned over 100 doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine to Bacolod City.
The donation was received by Bacolod City councilor Em Ang, executive director of the Emergency Operations Center-Task Force (EOC-TF), Dr. Edwin Miraflor Jr., officer-in-charge of Bacolod City Health Office, and Ms. Paulynne Sustento, manager of the city’s coldchain facility.
The vaccine donation is part of Seda Hotels’ continued support to the community in connection with AyalaLand, Inc. (ALI)’s response to the health needs that have arisen since the pandemic, the hotel said in a statement.
Councilor Ang thanked the staff and said that she is looking forward to a safer Bacolod. “With these donations, we can get more people vaccinated and hopefully reach herd immunity soon.”
The donation comes as the Ayala owned hotel celebrated its 4th year anniversary in Bacod City with the commitment to weave together seamless service, exceptional value, and exciting destination for a remarkable hospitality experience right at the heart of the City of Smiles.
While so much has changed since it opened, Seda in a statement said that they remain committed to the same brand of hospitality that has made it as its guests’ #favoritehotel.
The next time you stay with us, you will find all of the same things you have always loved — only better — as we continue to enhance our standards in order to keep you safer and more satisfied, the hotel added.
With the downgraded COVID-19 Alert Level in the city, the hotel is now accepting guests with kids for a low rate of P2,444 for its deluxe room.