Sanofi Pasteur is providing free flu shots to homeless through their "HelpingHands" program

This year again, Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccine division of global pharmaceutical Sanofi Aventis, is marking its presence in the country’s capital by taking CSR actions. The company is standing by the abandoned and unregistered of Seoul by providing free flu. 

Titled Helping Hands, the project offers the shots, basic medical checkups and winter kits to homeless shelters in Seoul. Sanofi Pasteur has been giving free flu vaccinations to homeless people and other vulnerable people every fall through this social responsibility program since 2011.

Pascal Robin, CEO of the company, said, "With Corona 19, we have reorganized our existing vaccination methods to create a safe vaccination environment this year. We will do our part as a global vaccine company so that our neighbors can have a safer and healthier winter with Corona 19."


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