In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mah Sing Group Berhad (Mah Sing) along with Mah Sing Foundation have joined the combat against the outbreak by donating RM3.9 million worth of heavy-duty critical-care ventilators to front line hospitals in need.
With the current rise of this formidable disease, many public hospitals are facing an acute shortage of medical equipment such as ventilators, personal protection equipment, and masks. To tackle the outbreak and the disruptions it has caused in our daily routines and lives, Mah Sing has taken up the lead to assist in the war against the pandemic. The property developer had sourced and contributed 20 units of heavy-duty ventilators to National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA).
The contribution was to aid the front liners of the critical care units in the struggle to save lives against the disease. They have placed enormous support as their aim of upmost priority to enhance the lives of the surrounding community is in line with the fight against COVID-19.
Mah Sing firmly believes that any contribution will provide significant assistance to combat the disease. Through their Mah Sing Foundation, they had also donated RM100,000 worth of medical supplies to the epicentre of the outbreak in Wuhan, China, in the earlier part of the year. This was in collaboration with Malaysian relief organisation, Ops Harapan.
To contain this virus, Mah Sing will continue to cooperate with the Government to brave through these tough times and urges other corporations to take up arms together in the brute war to limit COVID-19 spread.