The COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the National Football Stadium is giving away free tickets to the Digicel Cup Match this Sunday (12 September) to anyone who receives their first COVID-19 vaccine at the clinic today.
Martin Aihi, 38, from the Central province was excited to receive his free ticket to the finals game after receiving his COVID-19 vaccine at the ISOS Clinic, Oil Search National Football Stadium in Port Moresby.
Martin, who works as the facilities lead with Peuna in Port Moresby, said that COVID-19 is real and is in existence across the world, including in Papua New Guinea.
He elaborated that the vaccine will protect himself and importantly his family from serious illness due to the virus.
“I feel obliged to take the vaccine as my work involves a lot of interactions with people; both national and international communities who work to combat the virus at the National Control Centre and vaccine roll out facilities.”
“I believe by protecting myself, I protect my family too.”
Martin encouraged other Papua New Guineans to get vaccinated today.
If you would like to receive a free ticket to the game this Sunday, head to the National Football Stadium Clinic for your vaccination (entry via gate 2).
Mon – Fri 9am-12pm and 1pm – 4pm
Sat: 9am – 12pm