IN ITS desire to help in eradicating COVID-19 virus and assist in the vaccination task of government and other institutions, the Philippines Institute of Public Accountants (PICPA) – Davao Chapter conducted a COVID-19 vaccination activity on Sept. 10, 2021 with 370 persons registered.
The event was held at the Davao Medical School Foundation, (DMSF), Inc. in Barangay 19-B, DMSF Hospital, Medical School Drive, Bajada. The group partnered with PICPA Davao Foundation in this community service.
Leading the inoculation drive was the professional organization’s president, Rossano C. Luga, and Jose Raoul J. Balisalisa, immediate past president, who is representing the foundation.
Earlier, PICPA Davao Foundation entered into a memorandum of agreement with five DMSF medical teams and personnel who directly performed and oversaw the vaccination process at their hospital.
PICPA Davao took charge of inviting people who availed of the free service. The vaccines were provided by the government for free through the City Health Office.
The mass vaccination program is PICPA Davao Chapter’s response to the government’s call for private groups to help fight the virus. Luga and Balisalisa profusely thanked the past presidents, incumbent officers, and the members of the local chapter for their strong support for this cause.
PICPA Davao is very appreciative to DMSF’s Laarni Lacuna and the CHO’s Dr. Aldrich Kyne for the several weeks of coordination.
“We hope that through this undertaking, we are able to help the national and the Davao City government in their effort to eradicate the COVID virus in their areas of responsibility,” Luga said.
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