Three Lopez Group companies have reallocated 10,000 doses of their COVID-19 vaccines to the cities of Santo Tomas and Tanauan in Batangas province in support of government’s overall aim of controlling the spread of the dreaded virus.
The local government units (LGUs) of Santo Tomas and Tanauan used the reallocated vaccines from First Philippine Industrial Park (FPIP),
FPIP helped in coordinating the vaccination, which also benefited over 3,000 workers of companies located inside FPIP’s ecozone in Santo Tomas and Tanauan.
The vaccines for the two LGUs come on top of, and separate from, the Covid-19 shots that Lopez Group companies are administering for their own employees. Other Lopez Group companies, like First Gen Corporation, are also reallocating thousands of COVID-19 vaccines to various LGUs.
FPIP was established by the Lopez Group through First Philippine Holdings Corporation (FPH), together with Sumitomo Corporation of
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