After a series of financial aids and contributions including face shields to schools in areas like Hulu Selangor, Putrajaya, and Selayang, Perodua has stepped up its efforts once again in the battle against Covid-19.

The company has now contributed another RM80,000 worth of medical supplies to the Sg. Buloh Hospital including 5,000 face shields, wheelchairs, commode chairs, transfer boards, bed railings, walking frames, rehabilitation chairs, and a therapy tilt table.

In total, the company has contributed 35,000 face shields to various organisations since the start of the Covid-19 fiasco.

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“The supplies provided are based on feedback given by the hospital’s administrative team to help keep their staff safe and patients comfortable,” said Perodua President and Chief Executive Officer Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

In the early days of the first Movement Control Order (MCO) last year, Perodua contributed 150 mattresses, 200 pillows, 105 boxes of mineral water, 15 industrial fans and 300 pairs of rubber boots to Hospital Sungai Buloh.

“We will continue to communicate with key public institutions to see where Perodua may contribute strategically in supporting the nation. We thank and salute our brave men and women who work tirelessly to serve us all,” Dato’ Zainal said.


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