FABD extends care packages to healthcare workers

The Football Association of Brunei Darussalam (FABD) recently donated packages of necessities to frontliners who are assisting the Ministry of Health to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the sultanate.

These packages include faceshields, scrubs, sanitisers, refreshments and spray bottles to make sure frontliners remain energised and well-protected as they perform their duties for the country.

The donation drive is part of FABD’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative in assisting the community to alleviate the plights of everyone affected during this challenging time.

All of the items were given to the frontliners at the designated drop-off area in the Menglait Sports Complex for further distribution.

FABD in a statement expressed their heartiest appreciation to the government for its continuous effort in containing the pandemic, and assured that the association will play its part in such endeavor.

The associaton also thanked the frontliners including the volunteers for their hardwork in making sure all patients are well-treated at the National Isolation Centre.

“It is also imperative for everyone including the football community to heed the call of the government on practicing the necessary procedures, such as to wear facemasks, observe good hygiene and scan the BruHealth app to ensure that the pandemic can be well contained”, said FABD.

In addition, FABD would like urge everyone to stay calm, stay clean and stay safe.  Together, we can protect our nation.

This article was first published on 4 September 2021 in our Weekly E-Paper issue 157


Input your search keywords and press Enter.