MANILA, Philippines — Taguig Metropolis has partnered with a world-class agency to make sure there could be sufficient house to retailer the COVID-19 vaccine doses ordered by the town, and even these procured by neighboring cities.
The Taguig authorities stated it had tied up with Orca’s Chilly Chain Options to make use of its 6,500-square-meter facility in Barangay Bagumbayan as chilly storage for the COVID-19 vaccines it purchased from UK-based biopharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca.
Vaccine vials of AstraZeneca have to be saved and transported at regular refrigerated temperature of between 2 and eight levels Celsius.
Personnel of the town well being workplace and key officers of Taguig, led by Mayor Lino Cayetano, visited the ability on Friday.
The town authorities repurposed Orca’s chilly storage facility, which was beforehand used to retailer objects for pharmaceutical industries, supermarkets, meals processing corporations, and meat and seafood importers, amongst others.
The warehouse has a complete capability of 20,000 pallets. It has a 22,000 metric ton (MT) static storage capability and may transfer 876,000 MT on an annual foundation. The ability is able to real-time monitoring with info know-how software program and digital know-how.
Orca’s Taguig warehouse is accessible through South Luzon Expressway, Skyway and the C-6 Highway, thus, making vaccine supply accessible.
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