Council donates face masks, hand sanitiser to Shah Alam hospital


Suganthe (left) receiving the donation from Aziahtul.

SHAH Alam City Council (MBSA) donated 80 boxes of face mask and 400 litres of hand sanitiser to Hospital Shah Alam so that frontliners can carry out their duties safely.

“This donation is our way of thanking doctors and nurses at the hospital who have been so dedicated in carrying out their duties, ” said MBSA corporate communications head Shahrin Ahmad in a statement. The donation was worth RM24,700.

On hand to receive the items from MBSA Management Services Department deputy director Aziahtul Sakdiah Mustapa was the hospital’s public relations officer Suganthe Balakrisnan.

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