Be Girl Scout-ready, be COVID-19 vaccinated at SM Supermalls!

Be Girl Scout-ready, be COVID-19 vaccinated at SM Supermalls!

Laging Handa! SM Supermalls, the PH government’s single biggest private entity partner, together with Girl Scouts of the Philippines (GSP) launched Resbakuna Kids to vaccinate Girl Scouts aged 5-17 and adult members for booster shots at SM Megamall’s Kids wonderland-themed vaccination site. The event was attended by SM Supermalls Senior VP for Marketing Joaquin San Agustin, SM Supermalls Asst. VP for Operations Ian Mathay, Mandaluyong City Hospital Director Cesar J. Tutaan and GSP National President Nina Lim-Yuson.

Calling all Girl Scouts! It’s time to fulfill our duty to the nation and get vaccinated against COVID-19!

In partnership with the Girl Scouts of the Philippines (GSP), SM Supermalls is targeting to vaccinate over 700,000 GSP members through a nationwide GSP vaccination day starting April 2 in  78 mall vaccination sites.

“This is our commitment to the future women leaders of our nation– to give them a chance to have a safer, better normal. And one of the ways we can do that is through providing them with an accessible and convenient COVID-19 vaccination experience. We encourage all Girl Scout members, parents, and volunteers participating in various GSP activities to join us on April 2 and get vaccinated against COVID-19,” said SM Supermalls President, Steven Tan.

GSP members aged 5 to 17, as well as their family and friends who also need to be vaccinated and boosted, are encouraged to get jabbed at the nearest SM mall. Prior to the vaccination day, GSP members must register in their respective local councils. Parents and guardians must also secure copies of any of the following documents: birth certificate, health records, school registration or ID, or baptismal certificate.

And on their vaccination schedule, GSP members must be in their official Girl Scouts uniforms or bring their official ID. They are also advised to have a  meal prior to or bring something to snack on while waiting. Younger girl scouts should be accompanied by their parents and to fill out the necessary forms on-site. 

“We are honored and grateful for the support that we’re getting from SM Supermalls. We have kept Girl Scouts, its members, and our communities safe– our top and most important priority. And getting them vaccinated is a crucial step for us to be able to fulfill our duty of helping our nation quickly get back on its feet,” said Nina Lim-Yuson, GSP President.

This endeavor with the GSP is SM Supermalls’ most recent partnership with a non-governmental organization to speed up the vaccination rollout in the country. Under this collaboration, SM Supermalls’ pediatric vaccination sites will be opened to accommodate the GSP members, their family members, as well as friends. To date, SM Supermalls has already administered almost 10 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccines in over 71 malls around the country.

For more information and up-to-date news on vaccination schedules at the SM malls in your LGU, follow @smsupermalls on all social media platforms.

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