Supermarket Assoc. exploring ways to have its 30,000 members vaccinated

Supermarket Assoc. exploring ways to have its 30,000 members vaccinated

President of the Supermarket Association of Trinidad & Tobago (SATT) Rajiv Diptee wants to have his membership vaccinated as soon as possible.

His association is seeking to vaccinate 30,000 of its members, who since March 2020, were deemed essential staff and have been on the front lines serving customers.

According to Diptee: “Employees of SATT Members have been on the front lines for the past year, therefore, SATT is currently exploring avenues to have them vaccinated against the virus, in the shortest possible timeframe and we will be working with the Ministry of Health to make this a reality.”

When the COVID-19 Pandemic was declared globally on 11th March 2020, SATT said it led the way in implementing measures to protect employees and consumers against the virus, while satisfying the demand of customers for grocery items and operating regularly to prevent panic buying and market disruption.

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