Clorox PH Safer Today Program partners with Local Government Units

 Nationwide movement provides Clorox Expert Disinfecting Wipes for pediatric vaccination sites


As the country continues its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, Clorox Philippines, one of the country's leading providers of cleaning and disinfecting products, collaborated anew with various local government units (LGUs) to provide Clorox Expert Disinfecting Wipes to people visiting the pediatric vaccination sites, as well as the medical practitioners on-site.

As part of its Clorox Safer Today Program, Clorox Philippines aims to help the local authorities enhance public health and safety amid the global health crisis with the trusted efficacy and disinfecting assurance of Clorox products.

Recently, the company provided each LGU with 1,000 Clorox Expert Disinfecting Wipes in canisters given to children, parents, and medical frontliners at pediatric vaccination locations. Among the LGUs that Clorox Philippines partnered with were Cainta, Rizal, San Juan City and Mandaluyong City.

"Even though we are now at a lower alert level, it is still vital that we continue to practice our cleaning and disinfecting habits as the threat of the coronavirus remains. Clorox Philippines has always been committed to helping improve and ensure the health and safety of our fellow Filipinos every day with our products. We hope that by providing Clorox Expert Disinfecting Wipes, we can help encourage Filipinos to make it a habit to disinfect their homes or wherever they go,” said Monique Gonzales, marketing manager for Southeast Asia at Clorox International.


To respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, Clorox formed the Safer Today Program to foster collaborative efforts dedicated to enhancing public health and safety and promoting cleaner shared spaces amid the current global health crisis. The successful movement first started in the United States.

"We would like to express our gratitude to the LGUs for letting us participate in their vaccination efforts. We are looking forward to more collaboration with the local authorities in the future to help ensure Filipinos' health and safety and promote cleaner and safer shared spaces in the communities," Gonzales concluded. 

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