More efforts to provide PPE for frontliners


Civilians with sewing skills are urged to come forward and help produce PPEs for frontliners.



Photo by Sangeet Kaur Deo via Facebook

In view of the lack of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for front-line medical staff, Adopt a Healthcare Worker has taken to Facebook to bring together civilians with sewing and stitching skills to help put together much needed PPE to not only help cope with high demand but also to take a little pressure off suppliers and officials who are scrambling to keep up with the demands.




Got some sewing skills? Get in touch with:

  • Sangeet at +60 12-431 2911

  • Bhavani at +60 12-727 1981



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