RLG LAW Joins Forces with CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield in Support of ‘Better Together’ COVID-19 Vaccination Pledge
Pledge seeks to inspire employees to receive COVID vaccination when eligible
Rockville, Maryland, March 30, 2021 – RLG LAW, today announced it has signed the CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield (CareFirst) COVID-19 Vaccine Pledge. The pledge, which is part of the insurer’s larger campaign ‘Better Together,’ seeks to educate and encourage people about the importance of everyone taking the COVID-19 vaccine when they are eligible and able to achieve targeted vaccination rates that will help end the pandemic.
As part of this pledge, CareFirst will donate $100 for every CareFirst employee who takes the pledge and $1,000 for every organization that pledges. Donations are expected to reach as much as $1.7 million and will be distributed to community organizations helping with vaccination the surrounding regions.
RLG Law supports the efforts to educate and encourage people about the importance of everyone taking the COVID-19 vaccine when they are eligible and able to achieve targeted vaccination rates that will help end the pandemic. At RLG Law, we are proud to deliver exceptional service to our valued clients in our various areas of practice. In every endeavor, we provide the level of personal attention and focus our clients expect and deserve. We are committed to a healthy world.
The ‘Better Together’ campaign is a multi-faceted campaign that aims to support public health official’s work to increase vaccination rates and will focus on the steps people can take to protect themselves, their families, and our communities from COVID-19. The campaign currently features a public health ad, The Deal, and an enhanced COVID-19 resource center that will constantly evolve and expand to present the most up-to-date information on vaccinations and other questions people may have.
“Getting the vaccine may be one of the most important contributions any one person can do to protect themselves and others in this pandemic. As leading employers in the region, we have the unique opportunity to reach many individuals, and a responsibility to encourage the health and safety of the communities we collectively serve,” said Brian D. Pieninck, President and CEO of CareFirst. “We can’t achieve herd immunity alone. It will take all of us to come together and pledge to get the COVID-19 vaccine when available, eligible, and able. I want to personally thank RLG Law for joining us in taking the ‘Better Together’ vaccine pledge. This is our shot to leave COVID behind.”
Other organizations interested in taking the pledge can find more information on the CareFirst registration page.