FREJA has the task of distributing vaccines to the entire municipality of Oslo and is constantly adapting to the change in vaccination frequencies. We now mark that we have distributed more than 1 million vaccine doses, and the number of fully vaccinated is increasing.
Vaccination is well underway with 16 and 17-year-olds. In addition, the Norwegian Government decided yesterday to follow the National Institute of Public Health’s recommendation to offer the corona vaccine to young people aged 12-15. According to the news last week, there is “no doubt that vaccination is the way out of this pandemic”.
“We are pleased to have distributed more than 1 million vaccine doses to the population of Oslo. Not least, we are proud of the quality and flexibility we have once again proven that FREJA stands for”, says Kjell-Arne Eloranta, Managing Director of FREJA Transport & Logistics AS.
For the City of Oslo, it is crucial to have a partner who has a full focus on product safety and quality when collecting, transporting, and delivering vaccines. With our approved vans and with two GDP-trained drivers in each van, we ensure that the vaccines arrive safely and undamaged with an unbroken cooling chain to the vaccination sites at the agreed time.
Read more about FREJA’s role in Oslo municipality’s vaccine distribution here.