Syera Services, a local company specialising in oil spill response solutions, recently contributed basic necessities to Suri Seri Begawan Hospital in Kuala Belait.
The donations include bottled mineral water, body shampoo, biscuit, disposable cutleries, instant sachets (Coffee, Tea and Milo) and a chemical spill-kit.
The initiative, the company said, corresponds to the ministry’s call to provide essential items for the frontliners working around the clock.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, our priority at this time is the health and wellbeing of everyone involved working endlessly to contain the pandemic.
“It is the company’s corporate social responsibility to give back to the community and we would like to help as much as we possibly can,” the company said in a statement.
It added: “Hence, we are overwhelmed on how doctors, nurses, and frontlines are risking themselves and doing their very best with endless hours of shift to assure the infected patient and general public health-safety.”
On her part, the Chairwoman of Syera Services Janice @ Ikak binti Engang in her closing remarks after the donation said: “Together, we would like to provide aid and support to our local community in strengthening their spirit during this crucial time.”
Stay safe from COVID-19 by washing your hands regularly with soap and water or use hand sanitisers, she said.
“Our main goal is to get through this health crisis and support all government efforts to curb the outbreak,” concluded the chairwoman.
The Bruneian | BELAIT