SBMA expresses gratitude to Teco, firm for donating medical equipment
The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) expressed its gratitude to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (Teco) and a Subic locator for donating medical equipment and supplies.
According to reports, SBMA received the medical donations from Teco and MSK Group Work Inc., a Subic-registered firm.
SBMA chair and administrator Wilma Eisma said the donations consist of five oxygen concentrators, which will be used by the SBMA Public Health and Safety Department, the frontline unit in Subic managing the pandemic.
Eisma personally received the donations from Teco Philippines representative Michael Peiyung Hsu and MSK Group Work Inc. president Simon Su.
According to Hsu, oxygen concentrators may be used on Covid-19 patients with severe symptoms.
One oxygen concentrator can accommodate two adults and five children, Hsu said.
Eisma thanked MSK Group, adding that the company, which started producing surgical face masks in Subic Freeport last year, “has been instrumental in ensuring a steady supply of facemasks in the country.”
The SBMA has ramped up its Covid-19 vaccination program with the support of business locators in the freeport zone.
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