WWF, Mercy Malaysia extend help to frontliners and schools

Mercy Malaysia and WWF Malaysia helped put up handwashing kiosk for pupils in some schools in Sabah as part of their support for the fight against Covid-19 pandemic.

KOTA KINABALU: Medical frontliners and schools have received RM150,000 worth of equipment from WWF-Malaysia and Mercy Malaysia.

The equipment included respirators for hospitals and hand-washing kiosks for several local schools and orphanages in the state.

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