Hyundai donates 10,000 PPE sets for West Java's medical workers

Hyundai donates 10,000 PPE sets for West Java's medical workers

COVID-19 test post using the drive-thru method in West Java (ANTARA/HMMI)

Hyundai realizes that both practical large-scale testing and PPE assistance for medical workers are equally important to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jakarta (ANTARA) - PT Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (HMMI) has distributed 10 thousand sets of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to medical workers in West Java under its endeavors to assist Indonesia deal with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Furthermore, Hyundai has assisted the West Java provincial administration in applying Drive-Thru COVID-19 rapid testing as a pioneering method for the swift and safe approach to diagnose coronavirus.

The 10 thousand sets of PPE, comprising protective clothing, masks, and gloves, are part of the total donation of 50 thousand sets of PPE handed out to the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) early this month.

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PT HMMI President Director Yoon Seok Choi directly handed out the donation to West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil. The assistance required to implement COVID-19 rapid testing through the Drive-Thru system comprises a variety of equipment, including tents required to set up pop-up clinics.

"Hyundai realizes that both practical large-scale testing and PPE assistance for medical workers are equally important to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic," he noted.

Although the construction of Hyundai's plant is underway, it remains committed to implementing corporate social responsibility (CSR) more than its legal and economic responsibilities, he stated.
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