SafeBoda has reported that they will inoculate every one of their riders matured fifty (50) or more against COVID-19.
The movement that will occur at the SafeBoda institute in Kyebando, Kampala began Wednesday.
The ride-hailing application, in organization with the Ministry of Health – Uganda and Kampala Capital City Authority, will run COVID-19 inoculation drive for nothing.
The drive, as indicated by SafeBoda prime supporter Ricky Rapa Thomson, is a continuation of SafeBoda’s obligation to its incentive of wellbeing to its local area of drivers, workers and clients, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The primary immunization drive will focus on SafeBoda drivers matured 50 or more, their life partners, and friends representatives classified as a high danger given the idea of their work. SafeBoda drivers underneath the age of 50 years yet with previous conditions will likewise be qualified for the immunization,” Thomson said.
“We are pleased to give this chance to every one of our drivers in the SafeBoda people group matured 50 to get the COVID-19 immunization and are endeavoring to help endeavors to check the spread of this infection.”
Thomson added that “Even with an ever increasing number of individuals getting immunized, we trust our SafeBoda drivers exploit the accessible assets to focus on their wellbeing by proceeding to test for COVID-19 as the infection actually exists locally.”
Since the pandemic episode in the country, SafeBoda has ceaselessly upheld Uganda’s endeavors to battle COVID-19. It has been a functioning individual from the National COVID-19 Taskforce, working with the Ministry of Health, KCCA, Ministry of Works and Transport, and key private area pioneers to help the endeavors to battle the pandemic.
In August of 2020, SafeBoda gave free hand sanitizers to all SafeBoda drivers in organization with Prosan sanitizer to guarantee both driver and rider wellbeing from the infection. This was notwithstanding a progression of refinement crusades on COVID-19 SOPs across the SafeBoda driver local area.
Ricky energized other Boda riders and the whole local area to keep noticing the SOP’s set up to stop the spread of the infection.
The Ministry Health declared that the second influx of the pandemic is as of now on and asked people in general to get inoculated and keep up all COVID-19 SOPs.