Before the complicated development of the Covid-19 epidemic, Samaki Power Joint Stock Company (District 5, Ho Chi Minh City) produced and donated antibacterial medical masks to hospitals in Ho Chi Minh City, contributing to the spread. human values in the community.
Entrepreneur Chung Minh (CEO of Samaki Power Joint Stock Company) said that knowing that hospitals are in need of medical masks the most, on this occasion the company quickly donated 5,000 masks to the Hospital. Ho Chi Minh City and 3,000 masks for Pham Ngoc Thach Hospital.
From the beginning of March 2020 until now, the company has in turn donated 2,500 masks to each of the Children’s Hospital 1, Children’s Hospital 2 and the International Health Quarantine Center… Besides, The company will coordinate with the Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Ho Chi Minh City to donate 10,000 masks to the City’s Field Hospitals.
It is known that in the near future, the company will also donate free masks to hospitals in need, in which priority is given to medical staff working in Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City and neighboring provinces. It is expected that 100 boxes of masks (2,500 pieces/carton) will be donated in the southern region. At the same time, this activity is also being replicated by the company to the northern provinces and cities as soon as possible. With the hope that every citizen has a mask to use, Samaki Power Joint Stock Company has imported 8 tons of raw materials. material and for production with a capacity of 20 boxes of masks per day. Entrepreneur Chung Minh shared: “Starting from seeing that relatives and friends could not buy masks to use, I thought I needed to do something to help them. First of all, to help our loved ones, then to help everyone who needs standard masks. Because it is a pharmaceutical business, the production of masks is a derivative, all products made are provided free of charge to the units. Currently we only have one mask production machine. If there are more machines, the amount of masks supplied to units in need will be higher.”