Isolation cubicles for Putrajaya frontliners


  • Metro News
  • Saturday, 23 May 2020

Sabariah (left) presenting the contribution of Covid-19 sampling isolation cubicles to Dr Nora’i at Putrajaya Hospital.

PUTRAJAYA Holdings Sdn Bhd (PjH), the master developer of Putrajaya, has contributed five units of Covid-19 sampling isolation cubicles to Putrajaya Hospital and the National Cancer Institute.

The donation, made through subsidiary company Putrajaya Homes Sdn Bhd (PjHomes), is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility to show support for the services and sacrifices of frontliners, especially in Putrajaya.

With the isolation cubicle, healthcare personnel would be well protected from direct contact with patients when taking swab tests.

“While hospitals welcome any form of donation during this crisis, we realise that what the hospitals need urgently are isolation cubicles for swab testing to minimise the risk of infection among frontliners,” said PjH marketing and commercial division general manager Sabariah Ramli.

Putrajaya Hospital director Datuk Dr Nora’i Mohd Said described the contribution as “a godsend to the hospital’s battle against Covid-19”.

National Cancer Institute director Dr Mohd Anis Haron added that since most of the sampling were done outdoors, the isolation cubicles made it more bearable while protecting medical staff who worked long hours.

“On behalf of PjH, we wish to extend our utmost gratitude to all the heroes on the ground, the frontliners,” said Sabariah.

“PjH’s contribution is rather small compared to the sacrifices made by the frontliners.”

She also thanked the Health Ministry for approving the contribution.

“The Health Ministry has done a brilliant job in curbing the infection, and its officers have consistently demonstrated superb professionalism and dedication,” added Sabariah.

In appreciation of their services and sacrifices, PjHomes is offering frontliners an additional rebate on top of the existing discounts, rebates and freebies for any purchase of properties in Putrajaya.

The offer is extended to doctors, nurses and security forces, including Rela and Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency personnel.

Meanwhile, qualified civil servants and pensioners may apply to purchase properties from PjHomes under the Civil Servants Reserved Units scheme, which offers a 25% discount on any residential unit in the administrative capital.

Under the PjHomes Advantage scheme, PjH is offering buyers multiple incentives, such as developer-borne memorandum of transfer stamp duty and legal fees, low entry and rebates.

In conjunction with PjH’s 25-year milestone in the industry, PjHomes will be introducing even more incentives.

For details, visit www.pjh.com or call 03-8888 6633.

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