Superfoam donates mattresses to hospital in COVID-19 fight

Superfoam donates mattresses to hospital in COVID-19 fight

Superfoam has donated 20 mattresses and pillows to MP Shah Hospital. The partnership is geared towards strengthening the hospital’s preparedness in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. The total number of people infected with the virus in Kenya has risen to 110 after 29 more people tested positive as of Thursday afternoon.

Kenya has declared one death and three full recoveries since the first case of the virus was announced on 13th March 2020. More than 50,000 people have died across the globe from the worst pandemic to hit the world this century.

Superfoam Limited’s donation  is an attempt to ensure patients of MP Shah Hospital get maximum rest for their recovery from the Coronavirus.

“We believe that as a brand, it is our responsibility to ensure the wellbeing of fellow Kenyans and victims of the Covid-19 through the donation of comfortable mattresses and pillows. We want to wish all the patients a good and comfortable sleep and quick recovery as well,” Sanskrati Shetty, Superfoam Limited Marketing manager remarked.

Superfoam Limited promised to work hand in hand with Kenyans to fight the Coronavirus pandemic in all means possible. Kenyans have been advised to self-quarantine, limit movement and mass transportation, and wash their hands with soap and water. The virus mainly spreads through human to human contact and human – contaminated surfaces contact.

Feature Photo: Human Resource Manager Reuben Nyaberi and Marketing Manager Sanskrati Shetty of Superfoam Limited

Author: Moshek Africa

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