Vodafone Ghana has marked International Workers’ Day with a donation of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and medical supplies to three hospitals as part of efforts to protect and celebrate the country’s brave frontline health workers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
The items donated include sets of protective gowns with shoe covers, face shields, boxes of N95 face masks, surgical gloves, thermometer guns, hand sanitisers, gallons of rubbing alcohol and bleach, boxes of surface wipes and bin liners.
The three hospitals are Ga East Municipal Hospital in the Greater Accra Region; Atua Government Hospital in the Eastern Region; and Greater Kumasi Regional Hospital in the Ashanti Region.
Speaking during the presentation at the Ga East Municipal Hospital, Geta Striggner-Quartey, Director for Legal and External Affairs, said ‘’We value the priceless role of the country’s frontliners in battling the rapidly evolving coronavirus. They are our superheroes and we deemed it important to equip them with PPE and essential medical supplies whilst celebrating their selfless good deeds this Workers’ Day.”
“This is one of our many initiatives aimed at helping the country combat this global pandemic. The three health institutions are leading the treatment of COVID-19 in the Greater Accra, Eastern and Ashanti Regions,” she said.
source: Ghanaian Times