The amenities were packed into 2,000 units of #MYAirportCARES comfort kits.
Malaysia Airports group chief executive officer Datuk Mohd Shukrie Mohd Salleh said that the airport operator is doing this to show appreciation for the country’s medical workforce.
“We would like to show support to frontliners by contributing to their wellbeing. It is also our gesture of thanks for their tireless sacrifice,” he said.
According to Mohd Shukrie, Hospital Sungai Buloh was chosen as it is the main hospital handling the pandemic for the country.
It is also the designated reference hospital designated reference hospital for all passengers passing through KL International Airport who have to go for further treatment.
Apart from the hospital personnel, Malaysia Airports also distributed the kits to passengers stranded at the airport.
The distribution to stranded passengers started on April 9 and will continue on a need basis.
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