KUALA LUMPUR, March 24 -- Solarvest Holdings Bhd has donated one million medical gloves worth RM150,000 through the Supermax Foundation to support Malaysian authorities in combating the COVID-19 outbreak.
Solarvest group chief executive officer Davis Chong Chun Siong said the group would like to help ease some of the pressure faced by healthcare frontliners as supplies of medical items are depleting.
“At Solarvest, we stand in solidarity with the communities we serve in good and bad times, and we believe everyone has a role to play in this battle,” Chong said in a statement, urging everyone to play their collective part in combating the unprecedented situation.
Meanwhile, Supermax founder Datuk Seri Stanley Thai said the group welcomes more corporates such as Solarvest to come forward to support their quest to save lives and minimise the spread of the outbreak.
“The nitrile powder-free medical gloves will be distributed to Malaysian government hospitals, police stations and the healthcare industry’s first responders with the help of the National Disaster Management Agency of Malaysia (NADMA) to ensure timely delivery,” he said.
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