RHB contributes ICU ventilators to two Covid-19 hospitals

KUALA LUMPUR: RHB Banking Group, which has contributed over RM4mil towards the fight against Covid-19, has contributed Intensive Care Unit (ICU) ventilators to two hospitals in Selangor.

“The group has, as at to-date, contributed more than RM4mil towards the fight against Covid-19, working with governmental authorities and NGOs as well as providing humanitarian aid to families and individuals who have been impacted by the prolonged pandemic and Movement Control Order,” RHB said in a statement.

RHB group chief communications officer and RHB RHB Foundation CEO Norazzah Sulaiman said the bank’s contribution of ICU ventilators to Hospital Selayang and Hospital Ampang was part of its Covid-19 pandemic response to support the country’s continuous fight against Covid-19.

“It is our hope that the ventilators will help bolster the ability of both Hospital Ampang and Hospital Selayang in providing treatment to the most critical COVID-19 patients,” she said.

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