Covid-19: Commission receives two tons of diverse material

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Saurimo - The provincial rapid response commission to Covid-19 in eastern Lunda Sul province, received Tuesday, two tons of biosafety material and various medicines delivered by the Catoca Mining Society.

Among the means there are swabs, gloves, protective suits, surgical masks, caps, blankets, alcohol gel, pain killers, serums, antibiotics, vitamins, multi-vitamins, syringes, among other drugs.

On the occasion, the head of Catoca's Sustainability department, Flávio Fernando, stated that the delivery of the materials is part of the company's social responsibility actions, in ways to help fight and prevent the Covid-19 pandemic and other diseases.

Catoca, besides supporting the commission, has also helped the surrounding populations, with biosafety material and placement of reservoirs for sanitization, among other means, Mr. Fernando said.

Viegas de Almeida, deputy coordinator of the rapid response commission to Covid-19 in Lunda Sul, said the donation will serve to reinforce the stock of materials, to ensure greater assistance to patients.

Among the means there are swabs, gloves, protective suits, surgical masks, caps, blankets, alcohol gel, pain killers, serums, antibiotics, vitamins, multi-vitamins, syringes, among other drugs.

On the occasion, the head of Catoca's Sustainability department, Flávio Fernando, stated that the delivery of the materials is part of the company's social responsibility actions, in ways to help fight and prevent the Covid-19 pandemic and other diseases.

Catoca, besides supporting the commission, has also helped the surrounding populations, with biosafety material and placement of reservoirs for sanitization, among other means, Mr. Fernando said.

Viegas de Almeida, deputy coordinator of the rapid response commission to Covid-19 in Lunda Sul, said the donation will serve to reinforce the stock of materials, to ensure greater assistance to patients.