Reckitt partners with the Office of the Vice President in support of their Vaccine Express program
Reckitt recently donated Php 1,242,480 worth Lysol protection kits to the Office of the Vice President during the recent Vaccine Express deployment held in Malolos, Bulacan, with no-less than Vice President Leni Robredo and Reckitt executives in attendance. Through the Vaccine Express program, the OVP is able help speed up the inoculation efforts of its various LGUs partners.
Reckitt has been actively donating Lysol protection kits—containing Lysol antibacterial hand soap, multipurpose surface wipes and hand sanitizers—as the company believes that protection is still one of the best defenses against the COVID-19 virus and that people should never let their guard down. Washing of hands and disinfecting surfaces should still play a vital role in ensuring one’s health and safety.
“It’s an honor for us to partner with the Office of the Vice President in their efforts towards addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. It is through partnerships like this that we are able to reach out to more people, allowing us educate them on the importance of sanitation and disinfection,” says Alfred So, Reckitt Regulatory Affairs and Policy Director.
Reckitt is fully committed to helping everyone take the best possible care of the world we all share. The company works tirelessly to make the best possible products that millions of people trust. This is anchored on Reckitt’s mission as a company, which is to protect, heal and nurture – their way of making a difference.
On hand during the formal turnover of Lysol protection kits during the Malolos, Bulacan, leg of the Vaccination Express were Vice President Leni Robredo (3rd from left), and representatives from Reckitt PH. from L-R: Atty. Diana R. Mari- Government Affairs Manager, Alfred So- Regulatory Affairs and Policy Director, Matt Davis- Marketing Director, Karol Canlas- Senior Brand Manager, Gian Yap- Hygiene Business Unit Head.