ACTNews, TASIKMALAYA – During the “New Normal” phase, the number of COVID-19 patients is still increasing. A number of regions still implement health protocols and the Covid-19 pandemic is not yet complete. Health protocols are still being implemented in a number of regions.
To support healthcare workers during the “New Normal”, ACT Tasikmalaya distributed personal protective equipment packages to hospitals and clinics in Tasikmalaya and Ciamis, Wednesday (7/22). The PPE distribution was carried out the healthcare workers are still in dire need of PPE to support their duties.
"This PPE assistance is sourced from partners who channel it through ACT Tasikmalaya. Meanwhile, assistance has been delivered to 19 puskesmas and 7 hospitals in Tasikmalaya City, Tasikmalaya District and Ciamis Regency, "said Fauzi as the Tasikmalaya ACT Program Coordinator.
The PPE packages were distributed to health workers at Permata Bunda Hospital. Sinta, one of the recipients, happily accepted the assistance.
Distribution of PPE in Ciamis Regional General Hospital. (ACTNews / Mahesa Fikri)
"We are very grateful to ACT for distributing these PPE packages. We pray for the benefactors who have donated. May ACT continue to progress,” said Sinta.
Fauzi of Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Tasikmalaya said that the PPE assistance was a form of ACT's support for health workers handling Covid-19 patients who are still struggling.
"There are many Community Health Centers who need PPE assistance. Alhamdulillah, as of today, we have reached 19 Community Health Centers. We also thank the donors who have donated their assistance to ACT to be distributed to healthcare workers. Insha Allah, we will reach out to a few more community health centers," said Fauzi.
The distribution of PPE assistance will continue to reach more healthcare workers. Fauzi invited the benefactors to participate in supporting the frontliners.
"We certainly hope for the support from the benefactors so that we can reach as many beneficiaries as possible so that the PPE distribution can also reach more hospitals and community health centers," hoped Fauzi.