#kamisukareview – Telkomsel again provided 1500 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) assistance in areas affected by Covid-19, such as Banten, DKI Jakarta and West Java provinces. In addition to PPE Telkomsel has also participated in presenting 10 ventilators or breathing apparatus named Vent-I.
The ventilator is the work of a state child created in collaboration with the Rumah Amal Foundation (Salman ITB), lecturers, students and alumni of the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) and Padjadjaran University (UNPAD).
West Telkom Telkom Senior Vice President Agus Setia Budi said “Telkomsel is committed to always being present for the country, especially in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia.
Through the social responsibility program or Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Telkomsel has delivered thousands of PPE assistance and several Ventilators which will be distributed to Covid-19 referral hospitals in the Jabotabek Jabar region. “
A total of 1500 PPE which is the first wave of procurement of protective clothing such as hazmat for medical personnel have been distributed to several Covid Referral Hospitals in the Jabotabek Jabar region such as Jakarta Fatmawati General Hospital, Bhayangkara General Hospital, Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung, Bekasi District Hospital, Serang District Hospital, Bogor City Hospital and several hospitals in 10 Telkomsel branch offices in the Jabotabek Jabar area.
In addition, Telkomsel has also distributed 3000 non-medical masks to the public as well as Telkomsel service officers and outlets. While 10 ventilators made by domestic children will be distributed through Rumah Amal Foundation (Salman ITB).
Agus also added that in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic that was spreading in Indonesia, we had many new ways in many ways including carrying out activities and work.
Such as the submission of PPE that has been physically submitted with the appropriate protocol but symbolically Telkomsel does so through the CloudX video conferencing service between the management of Telkomsel Jabotabek Jabar and representatives of medical officers or hospitals in Jabotabek in Jakarta (8/5).
In the video conference opportunity, Telkomsel also thanked and gave appreciation to the medical staff who were one of the heroes who contributed to handling Covid-19.
In addition, the medical representatives of the hospital also shared inspiring stories about the persistence of doctors and nurses who never gave up in handling Covid-19 patients.
“We are grateful and give the highest appreciation to the health workers and medical staff who have struggled at the forefront in overcoming the Covid-19 pandemic. And we also believe that all Indonesian people are working together to help fight this pandemic together.
“Right now, although from home we believe that everyone can share their kindness, especially this is the good month of Ramadan. Including Telkomsel which always strives to provide the best service for the community. ” Agus said.