Eurofoam has donated mattresses to selected Quarantine centres in Entebbe as it joined the ministry of health in the in the fight against the Covid19 Corona Virus outbreak in the country.
Ms Claire Kemigisha the marketing manager eurofoam that donated 100 pieces of mattresses to Fisheries Training Institute Bugonga, Institute of Survey and Land management and Dairy Training School Entebbe that have been identified as some of the quarantine centres that will be used to isolate people suspected to have contracted the Covid 19 virus as they undergo observation and treatment in confirmed cases.
Kemigisha revealed that eurofoam felt concerned and decided to provide mattresses so that people sleep comfortably as they get treatment or wait for their results after check-up.
“We know it’s not a planned cause, people have to sleep as they are not able to go back to their families so we thought of providing better accommodation to the Covid 19 virus suspects” she revealed.
Mr Joseph Amika the warden Fisheries training institute who received the mattresses on behalf of the institute’s principle said the involvement of the private sector will play a major role in helping contain the corona Virus outbreak in the country.
“We will put in our best so that together with the ministry of health we can solve the corona Virus outbreak and God helps us in this endeavor” he revealed.
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