ABJ announced the expansion of its anti-Coronavirus vaccination campaign to employees of financial companies in Jordan.

The association said in a press statement today, Monday, that the campaign targets new categories, namely the workforce in electronic payment companies, exchange companies and microfinance companies which amount to about 60 ones.

ABJ pointed out that its statements and lists show that the targeted workers in the mentioned financial sector companies exceed 3150 male and female employees. ABJ Director-General, Dr. Maher Al-Mahrouq, said that the decision to include the financial sector companies in the campaign comes out of ABJ social responsibility and keenness to support the rest of the financial sector institutions in the Kingdom.

He stressed that these efforts are aimed at achieving aspirations to reach a safe summer by immunizing employees of the banking sector and the financial sector as a whole against the Corona virus since the financial sector deals with the public directly and in large numbers daily. This provides protection for institutions’ visitors and customers.

Al-Mahrouq indicated that the association’s campaign is being carried out in full and continuous coordination with the Central Bank, the National Center for Security and Crisis Management and the Ministry of Health thanking those parties for their great cooperation with the association, their role in providing vaccinations and their qualified staff for the purposes of giving vaccinations in ABJ center.

He announced that the association will start giving the second dose to those who received the first one in the association’s center starting from the 21st of this June until the middle of next July. It is noteworthy that the ABJ started the vaccine campaign to the employees of the Jordanian banking sector since the beginning of June, as it administered the first dose to all bank employees who had not previously received it.

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