- Vaccination mobile based on the MAN eTGE offers cool boxes, emergency equipment and space for up to six people
- Local emission-free operation thanks to battery-electric drive of the eTGE van
- Decentralized vaccination centres directly with people in risk groups
As a first step, it will be used in Fürstenfeldbruck and Dachau areas. Medical personnel from MAN Truck & Bus at the Munich site will also accompany and support the vaccination teams of the two district health care physicians as needed.
"We have always made an important contribution to society with our vehicles - they ensure that supermarket shelves are full, people can get to work by public transport, and rescue forces and fire departments can perform their important duties," emphasizes Andreas Tostmann, Chairman of the Executive Board of MAN Truck & Bus SE. "It is therefore a matter of course for us to also support the national vaccination strategy with an innovative vehicle concept." Tostmann sees possible targets for decentralized vaccination outreach as including nursing homes, care services, refugee shelters, and even isolated areas with a long distance to the nearest vaccination centre.
"Vaccination is the key to more normality. That's why I personally support the German government's drive to immunize as many people as possible as quickly as possible," Tostmann emphasizes. "MAN as a company is also aware of its importance in providing health care to the population. From the very beginning of the pandemic, our employees in the service operations and plants are doing their part under the highest safety precautions to keep the shelves full and people mobile." Tostmann continues, "We are convinced that our hygiene concepts at MAN offer our employees a very high level of protection. Keeping production going is extremely important because it allows for innovative ideas - like this vaccine mobile - and an ongoing economy creates the value a society needs to fund the pandemic response."
MAN supports the national vaccination strategy with the MAN eTGE vac-cination mobile and brings the vaccine doses to the area in an environmentally friendly way thanks to electric drive.
After the MAN Coronavirus Diagnostic Vehicle (left), the MAN eTGE Vac-cination Mobile is already the second vehicle with which MAN contributes to the fight against the Corona pandemic.
The company is therefore doing a great deal to ensure the safety of its colleagues: "Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have always been stricter with our measures inside MAN than outside it," explains Dr. Oliver Breitkopf, head company physician at MAN Truck & Bus's Munich site. "The health service follows scientific developments very closely so that it can react quickly to innovations here and thus derive sensible measures. This includes, among other things, a testing concept in the event of Corona infections among employees, in order to interrupt infection chains at an early stage." In addition, as many employees as possible work in home offices, and there is a protection level and safety concept according to which each workplace is assessed. Depending on the situation, there is then personal protective equipment or even a change in the workflow, for example, to create greater distances.
The benefits of the MAN vaccination mobile at a glance:
- Flexible vaccination where it is needed most.
- Easy vaccination of patients with limited mobility, e.g. in nursing or old people's homes
- Faster achievement of a comprehensive vaccination quota
- Space for up to six people with simultaneous refrigerated transport of the vaccine
Not only the vehicle but also the rapid cooperation of recognized experts in their field, is special about this project. The result, following the mobile MAN Coronavirus Diagnostic Vehicle unveiled in October 2020, is another innovative, practical vehicle concept to help contain the corona pandemic.
The MAN eTGE vaccination mobile offers space for up to 6 people, for example medical staff, thanks to the converted and divided loading space.
In the cargo area of the vaccination mobile, there are cool boxes, space for emergency equipment and sufficient loading space for further material that is needed, for example, for a decentralised vaccination station.
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