Coway gives away 10,000 masks and sanitisers to Grabfood customers

Coway Malaysia is giving away 10,000 sets of “Stay Safe” kits consisting of hand sanitisers and masks to GrabFood delivery customers of selected eatery outlets within greater Kuala Lumpur beginning March 28.

The corporate social responsible (CSR) initiative to distribute complimentary Coway “Stay Safe” kits during the Covid-19
Movement Control Order (MCO) period is in line with its vision of being The Life Care Company,which contributes to the promotion of a healthy and happy life,while approaching customers and society at large with warm-heartedness and kindness.

“We echo the call for Malaysians to stay home, stay vigilant and stay healthy. That’s why we’re bringing the masks and sanitisers to your doorstep via GrabFood! To the rakyat of Malaysia, we want to assure you that Coway has got you ‘covered’ in the hour of need” said Kyle Choi Ki Ryong, Managing Director of Coway Malaysia.

He added that with the MCO in place, the most vulnerable in society namely, individuals with underlying health issues, the elderly and those who are home-bound, are relying greatly on food delivery services to get their daily essentials.

“Besides the basic necessities like food and water, what most people in Malaysia need right now are hand sanitisers and masks. These items are vital during this period to reduce the risk of exposure to Covid-19 and prevent the transmission of the virus,” he said.

Choi added that one “Stay Safe” kit will be made available to each of the GrabFood customers for purchases from Salad Atelier Care outlets in Sunway Pyramid, KL Eco City, Paradigm Mall, Intermark or The Weld or My Burger Lab outlets in Sunway, Seapark, Bangsar, OUG, Cyberjaya or MyTown (Cheras). The “Stay Safe” kits are available on a first-come-first-serve basis while stocks lasts.

“We are learning from our experience globally. The best way to contain the Covid-19 situation for now is to avoid being exposed to the virus. As Coway’s mission is “Healthy Environment, Happy People”, we believe that a better world is possible when actions – of any size – is taken,” he said.

“And that’s why by extension, we have embarked on such serious efforts to partner with Grab Malaysia to promote the highest standards of personal hygiene among Malaysian consumers during this crucial MCO period in the country,” Choi said, adding that Coway is committed in their quest to
support the Malaysian government, civil society movements and corporate Malaysia to fight Covid-19 to the very end.

Choi reminded consumers on the importance to wear the surgical masks correctly to ensure its effectiveness, sanitise and wash hands frequently, to observe the MCO strictly while avoiding crowded places, and to keep indoor air fresh and clean.

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