Ethiopian Airlines Medical Centre Begins Vaccination Of Employees Against COVID-19

 

 

 

Ethiopian Airlines Group, Africa’s leading airline, said that it has started vaccinating its employees against COVID-19  in its temporarily opened vaccination centre .

Ethiopian Medical Centre is equipped with the latest facilities to give the service in its temporary vaccination center at Ethiopian Aviation Academy.

According to the airline front line employees with direct contact with customers and partners will get priority and that all employees will get the second dose of the vaccine four weeks after they take their first dose.

Speaking, Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, said, “I am happy to announce that we have imported COVID-19 vaccination for our group employees. Safety is always our top priority and vaccination of our employees will enhance the safety of our colleagues and customers onboard and on the ground. Vaccination of employees will increase passengers’ confidence to fly with us. We will continue to implement all mandated safety measures and the vaccination will supplement those preventive measures. This is a big milestone in our fight against the pandemic and we hope to welcome our passengers with fully vaccinated employees in flight and on ground.”

Ethiopian has been implementing safety measures to protect its customers, staff and partners.

It set up its own COVID-19 testing and isolation center for staff to prevent the spread of the virus and to ensure employees’ well-being and safety.

In addition, Ethiopian has launched a high-end COVID-19 testing lab at its main hub, Addis Ababa Bole International Airport, to revitalize the passengers’ business by creating seamless travel experience that includes COVID-19 testing to passengers that are departing or transiting via Addis Ababa.

Ethiopian continues to transport COVID-19 vaccines all over the world and it has transported more than 27 million vaccines to over 24 countries so far.

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