Two New Ambulances and Oxygen Cylinders Enhance ACT’s Covid-19 Medical Services

The two new ambulances and dozens of oxygen cylinders have enhanced ACT's Covid-19 Medical Careline Services in serving the community’s health. Since its launch, last July, ACT's Covid-19 Medical Careline Services has served 21,282 patients.

ACT’s Covid-19 Medical Services.
The handover of the new ambulances, oxygen cylinders, and the concentrators carries out by SC Johnson Field Human Resources Manager, Erwin Soewastika (left) to the Coordinator of ACT’s Covid-19 Medical Careline Services, Dr. Arini Retno Palupi (right). (ACTNews)

ACTNews, JAKARTA – ACT’s Covid-19 Medical Careline Services has provided two units of new ambulances, 60 sets of oxygen cylinders, and 20 units of oxygen concentrators, to support the community’s needs during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Director of ACT’s Covid-19 Medical Careline Services (MCS) team, Dr. Arini Retno Palupi explained that the oxygen cylinder provision was a collaboration project between ACT and SC Johnson as a form of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. The handover procession took place at the SC Johnson Office at Jalan Rawa Sumur Timur No. 12, Pulogadung Industrial Estate, East Jakarta.

Insha Allah, this collaboration can inspire Generous Benefactors to continue helping each other and save the nation from the Covid-19 pandemic," said Dr. Arini.

The two new ambulances and dozens of oxygen cylinders have enhanced ACT's Covid-19 Medical Careline Services in serving the community in the health sector. Since its launch, last July, ACT's Covid-19 MCS has opened telemedicine services including home care service and medicine delivery. So far, ACT's Covid-19 MCS has served 21,282 patients spread across 18 provinces and 56 regions.[]