Magyar Suzuki Corporation sets up vaccination point
Work in progress at Suzuki's Esztergom Plant.
Magyar Suzuki has set up a COVID-19 vaccination point for its employees, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
Vaccination begins this week in line with Magyar Suzuki Corporation’s working schedule with vaccines provided by the Hungarian Government.
As a committed supporter of the fight against COVID-19, the company holds regular internal briefings about the possibilities and importance of protection, hygiene rules, and proper mask-wearing.
"Our company has paid great attention to the prevention from the beginning. To protect the health of our employees and their family members and maintaining the continuity of our production we have already introduced several precautions last year at our plant in Esztergom. Creating a vaccination point is the next step in this process. Certainly, the vaccination is voluntary," explained Zsuzsanna Bonnár-Csonka, head of corporate communications at Magyar Suzuki Corporation.
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