Nambawan Super is urging Papua New Guineans to support the Government with the rollout of a national vaccination program to combat Covid19.
Chairman of Nambawan Super, Reg Monagi, said Nambawan Super is putting its people in line to be vaccinated as soon as possible and advocating for its members to be on the Government’s priority listing for access to vaccination.
“The Government has NSL’s full support for the rollout of the PNG Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee approved Covid19 vaccine,” Mr. Monagi said.
“The Fund is concerned for the health and wellbeing of our staff – but also our members, many of whom are the front line workers of the country, like health workers, teachers, police, correctional officers, and essential service providers like PNG Power and Ports.
“The nation needs these services to continue, as they are the services that enable the rest of the country and wider business community to function effectively,” he said.
NSL has been engaging with the wider business community to back and support PNG’s vaccination program.
“Nambawan Super wants business to get back to normal, to protect jobs across the country, and to safeguard member investments through improved economic conditions.
“For this to happen we need people to be able to freely move around and businesses to have the confidence to open and operate.”
“We believe a rapid vaccination program is needed to help restore business confidence and save the lives of many in PNG.”
Read more in our July edition of Nambawan SuperTok newsletter.
Nambawan encourages vaccine uptake in PNG