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MNRB contributes RM200,000 to MERCY Malaysia’s COVID-19 pandemic fund

29th March, 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: MNRB Holdings Bhd has contributed RM200,000 to MERCY Malaysia’s COVID-19 Pandemic Fund for its Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan.

MNRB said the amount is a charity contribution on behalf of the participants of Takaful Ikhlas General Bhd, a subsidiary of MNRB.

“As the COVID-19 pandemic places unprecedented demand for ventilators on the country’s hospitals and health system, our contribution is to be channelled to purchase one unit of ventilator.

“We understand the urgency of this medical equipment when a patient is facing life-threatening situations,” president and group chief executive officer, Mohd Din Merican said in a statement Friday.

He said the investment holding company hoped that its small gesture could provide these patients with lifesaving care during these critical times.

Mohd Din said MNRB’s contribution would also go towards the purchase of essential items and hygiene kits for frontline medical workers and support staff on duty at the COVID-19 operation centers. –Bernama

   
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