Viva will require its new staff to be vaccinated against Covid-19

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Viva will require its new staff to be vaccinated against Covid-19
Source: Dattis
September 17, 2021

Today the airline has 88% of its personnel immunized and hopes that by the end of the year that all its collaborators will have their complete scheme

Having as its main purpose the care of its passengers and collaborators, and understanding the need to use actions that enable the slowdown of Covid-19 in the country, and at the same time encourage vaccination, as of November 1, new collaborators who enter a Viva will have to have, as a new Company policy, the complete vaccination schedule. Thus, the Super Low Cost airline seeks to reaffirm its commitment to biosecurity and continue to promote safe environments for its passengers.

Currently, 88% of the airline's employees are vaccinated in Colombia and this figure is expected to be 100% by November, understanding the importance of user trust as a determining role in the sustainability and reactivation of the industry aerial. 

"At Viva, our priority is the health and safety of our employees and passengers. We understand that economic reactivation depends largely on people's trust. In that sense, and with a pedagogical vision around vaccination, it is important to achieve that all our collaborators are vaccinated. It is the best way in which they can take care of themselves, their families and of course our travelers. Without a doubt, this will allow us to contribute to a reactivation of travel and tourism in a safe way " , said Félix Antelo, president & CEO of Grupo Viva. "Today we say to our traveler Viva: feel safe to fly with us, because we are committed to vaccination and the vast majority of our collaborators are vaccinated," he added. 

With this new hiring policy, Viva confirms its commitment to connect Colombians with the region and the world, safely and at the best prices. It is worth remembering that the airline was the first in the country to have obtained the 'Certified Check In' biosafety seal, developed by the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism, as well as the 'Biosecurity Operations' granted by ICONTEC, and the most recent international label 'Safe Travel'.


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