World Health Organization (WHO) announced COVID-19 as a global pandemic because of its widespread across the globe, including Indonesia. In the middle of the COVID-19 outbreak, PT Trakindo Utama takes part in efforts to prevent and manage the pandemic in Jakarta.
On Friday, 27 March 2020, Trakindo has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in the form of 1,800 protective suit, 1,200 rubber gloves, 1,000 rubber shoes, 1,800 N95 masks, and 200 protective glasses to Fatmawati Hospital that could help fulfill the needs of PPE in handling COVID-19. The donation was handed over to Erwin as Financial Director, dr. Arimurni as Public Relations, and dr. Apriliana as Medic of Fatmawati Hospital.
Besides Fatmawati Hospital, through the Compassionate Relief Program, Trakindo has donated PPE to various hospitals in Indonesia in the hope to support medical personnel and government.
On Monday, 30 March 2020 PPE donation was delivered to dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo General Hospital (RSCM). 1,800 protective suit, 1,200 rubber gloves, 1,000 rubber shoes, 1,800 N95 mask, and 200 protective glasses were given and received by dr. Ananto Prasetya as Head of Public Relations and Marketing of RSCM. On this occasion, President Director of RSCM, dr. Lies Dina Liastuti, SpJP(K), MARS, FIHA., has given Trakindo a certificate for donating.
Then, on Tuesday, 31 March 2020 delivery of PPE donations for medical personnel was carried out at Persahabatan General Hospital (RSP). The donation given was in the form of 1,800 protective suit, 1,000 rubber gloves, 1,000 rubber shoes, 2,000 N95 masks, and 150 protective glasses. It was received by dr. Yuda Triyanto MKes as General Director and dr. Yoyo from Lung Department of RSP.
The PPE provision support is a form of Trakindos concern for the medical personnel who confront and handling the COVID-19 outbreak directly in various hospitals. Not only in Jakarta, the compassionate relief program is also carried out in Trakindo branches in Indonesia.
Trakindo hopes that the support given could equip the medical personnel to be more optimal in managing their duty. Our prayers are with all the medical personnel who carries out the noble duty, as the front guard in handling COVID-19.