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ProtekTODO: All Sogo Employees are Fully Vaccinated

 




Little by little, businesses are going back to it's usual operation but with additional safety protocols.
Just like how other businesses is adapting to the new normal. Hotel Sogo's New Normal campaign with the theme "We are fully vaccinated, Para kayo ay ProtekTODO" promotes that all Hotel Sogo staff have completed two jabs of vaccine to secure the safety of its guests as early as July 2021.



"We have 41 branches nationwide and five more upcoming branches. There are thousands of employees working in all our hotels, and their safety is important to protect our guests. We are really grateful that our staffs are fully vaccinated," said Sue Geminiano, Hotel Sogo's Marketing Manager.






Hotel Sogo management is committed to their employees' welfare. They also believe that getting the vaccine is a simple way to bring us closer to life, feeling normal again and worry-free. Hotel Sogo takes care of their staff as a family as well as their guests. "I can say that the 11 Anti-Covid innovations that we installed in our hotels, together with hotel staffs that are fully vaccinated, we are sure that our family and friends are safe to stay at Hotel Sogo", she added.

Fully Vaccinated Sogo Staffs

Guests for sure will definitely feel safe to stay here.
Indeed, Hotel Sogo is So Clean…So Good…and of course So Safe.


Share to us in comments if ever you were able to stay already in any of Hotel Sogo's branches.


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