Delta Cargo successfully transports 4 million COVID-19 vaccines to Colombia

  • Posted on October 10, 2021

Delta recently shipped its 4 millionth COVID-19 vaccine dose from the U.S. to Colombia. As a part of the critical supply chain, Delta is supporting global efforts to end the pandemic and reconnect the world.

Marcela Friedrich, Regional Field Operations Manager, Delta Cargo said, “I feel that I am part of the solution and that I am helping to get my native country, and its economy, back to a new normal.”

Once the vaccines arrive in Bogota, Delta Cargo works with a freight company to ensure they are safely delivered where they are needed most, said Carolina Vernanza, Delta’s Airport and Cargo Manager in Bogota.

“With over 50 million people living in Colombia, the arrival of 4 million COVID-19 vaccines is a major boost and will really help Colombians to get closer to the country’s vaccination goals.”

“These vaccine shipments to Latin America are part of our continued focus on the safe and reliable transportation of these critical vaccines throughout the U.S. and internationally,” said Rob Walpole, Vice President-Delta Cargo. “We believe in the importance of vaccinations to save lives, and every person we help to get vaccinated is a potential life saved.”

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