Tuesday 2 June, 2020

Construction company JADA donates masks to health care workers

There is no shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) in Barbados as donors keep stepping up to the plate to safeguard doctors and nurses.

The JADA Group Barbados most recently made a generous donation to help medical staff in their fight to manage and contain COVID-19 on island.

Handing over the face masks, made by the well-known 3M manufacturer, in a presentation at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), JADA captioned the photo: 

"After a call for additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for frontline nurses and doctors fighting the spread against COVID-19, The JADA Group has donated over 500 construction-grade masks to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Barbados."

Almost 200 persons have liked the Instagram post.

 

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital also thanked JADA publicly on IG as well.

"Thank you for your much-needed donation!" 

After the handover, JADA additionally shared that they were pleased to be able to give the assistance because they know of "the importance of personal protective equipment for frontline nurses and doctors fighting the spread against COVID-19."

JADA Group covers Cemix, Infra Rentals and Infra Barbados as well.

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