SK magic shows support to frontline workers

Bruce Yu, Managing Director of SK magic Malaysia (middle), handed over a total of 16 units of portable air conditioners to Klink Kesihatan Kuala Lumpur, Pejabat Kesihatan Lembah Pantai, Pejabat Kesihatan Kepong and Pejabat Kesihatan Cheras.

SK magic, a leading Korean wellness and home appliance company, joins in the efforts to support the nation’s frontline workers to combat the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The company collaborated with Alumni Graduan Intitusi Korea (AGIKO), a group of Malaysian alumni from Korean education institutions, to supply and deliver support equipment to the health screening stations across four hot spots in Klang Valley, namely Titiwangsa, Lembah Pantai, Kepong and Cheras.

SK magic donated four portable air conditioning units to each screening station, for a total of 16 units, that will help to ease the working conditions for the tireless medical workers as well as the anxious patients.

The screening stations are specifically targeted at screening individuals with asymptomatic symptoms in order to prevent overcrowding at government health facilities.

Trained medical workers are doing their best in these challenging times and conditions, assessing patients that steadily stream through the screening stations.

In a statement, Bruce Yu, Managing Director of SK magic Malaysia, said the donation from SK magic is a small gesture on their part to show support for all the frontline workers tirelessly fighting against the Covid-19 pandemic for the Malaysian people.

“We applaud and appreciate the dedication and sacrifice shown by the frontline workers that are doing their best to assist and protect the public in this very challenging time.”

Furthermore, Yu also advised people with flu and cold-like symptoms to seek medical attention immediately or visit their nearest screening site for testing if necessary.

“Let’s be reminded that we’re only as strong as our most vulnerable.”

“We are all in this together and we will get through this, together, Yu said, adding that the global challenge not only poses a risk to the health and safety of people around the world, but also poses a potential disruption to the economic vitality of millions of people, businesses and organisations.

“To all Malaysians, let’s continue to respect the Movement Control Order by staying at home to fight this pandemic together.”

Zulkhibri Mohammed, Vice President of AGIKO, also said that the collaboration SK magic will help ease the burden of the frontline workers and help fellow Malaysians to get themselves tested.

Hence, Zulkhibri urge fellow Malaysians who are able to contribute to do their part to fight Corona Virus in this country.


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