Digicel donates masks and Thermal Temperature Guns to NDMO

Digicel donates masks and Thermal Temperature Guns to NDMO

By Naveel Krishant
Friday 09/07/2021
[Photo: NDMO]

Digicel Fiji has today donated 10,000 surgical masks and thermal temperature guns to support the National Disaster Management Office’s community outreach program in the fight against the spread of COVID-19.

Digicel CEO Farid Mohammed says they are all in for supporting communities and are fully committed to providing support and assistance to those most vulnerable to the spread of COVID-19.

Mohammed says they want to provide as much support as they can to help contain and stop the spread of this virus.

He says as the numbers of active COVID cases continue to rise, Digicel is urging Fijians to conform to COVID safe measures as put in place by the Government.

Mohammed adds Digicel has also started a pledge with an “All in for A Safer Fiji” message aimed at driving vaccination awareness and a call to the nation that the fight against COVID will work ‘Better Together with Everybody All In’.

He further says Digicel is leading by example by actively encouraging its staff to get vaccinated.

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