Monday, July 26, 2021

Mexico hires vaccinators to boost jabbing program

VACCINATORS. Mexico Mayor Teddy Tumang talks to vaccinators the Municipal Government hired for town's inoculation program. (Mexico LGU)

THE Municipal Government of Mexico in Pampanga has started hiring vaccinators who will serve in five proposed vaccination sites in the town, an official post on the town’s social media page stated.

Mayor Teddy Tumang, through the Municipal Human Resource Management Office and Mexico Vaccination Operations Committee, has started hiring vaccinators as the town moves to boost its vaccine rollout capability in time for the start of the inoculation program.

The town’s social media account stated that hired personnel will have their training and orientation on June 28, 2021 and will officially render service on July 1, 2021. Each vaccinator will receive a monthly salary of P20,000 with a job order status of employment for six months.

The post added that the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccines procured by the Municipal Government is still tentatively scheduled on July 15, 2021 depending on the situation and delivery of vaccines.

The local government unit has yet to launch and open other vaccination sites in the municipality, the post added.


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