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MAS Holdings supports battle against Covid-19

Officials of MAS Holdings present non-woven disposable coverall PPE to the Additional Secretary, Ministry of Health, Dr. Sunil de Alwis
Officials of MAS Holdings present non-woven disposable coverall PPE to the Additional Secretary, Ministry of Health, Dr. Sunil de Alwis

MAS Holdings has been addressing the growing demand for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) across Sri Lanka and the world, equipping healthcare professionals in their fight against Covid-19 as the protection of frontline workers becomes paramount. 

Collaborating with the Ministry of Health and the Joint Apparel Association Forum (JAAF), MAS Holdings has thus far distributed close to 20,000 PPE to over 100 institutions islandwide.

This includes the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Hospitals including the IDH, the General Hospitals of Colombo, Kandy, Kalutara, Hambantota, Trincomalee, Ragama, Welikanda, Homagama, Jaffna and Kilinochchi among many others. MAS also supported the Sri Lanka Navy, the 1990 SuwaSariya ambulance service and the Sri Lanka Police with much needed PPE.Adhering to globally accepted health regulations and hygiene standards to help minimize the risk of spread, MAS has produced a range of medical apparel that includes woven cotton reusable PPE kits with water repellent coating, non-woven disposable PPE kits, polyethylene disposable PPE kits, reusable plastic PPE kits, surgical and reusable masks, faceguards and scrubs as well as an unmanned Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) that enables hospital staff to remotely monitor and engage with COVID-19 patients. 

 

 

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