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PT AquaFarm Nusantara Conducts COVID-19 Prevention Socialization in Naga Kisar Village

Medan, October 19, 2020 – Approximately fifty residents of Naga Kisar Village in Pantai Cermin Subdistrict, Serdang Bedagai Regency attended a COVID-19 prevention socialization organized by PT AquaFarm Nusantara (PTAN) and the local Health Department for the community residing around the Lubuk Naga processing plant facility on Monday (10/12).

“This socialization is part of our KAMI PEDULI (We Care) Community Program in the health sector and falls under the Safety Awareness of COVID-19 activities that we carry out in collaboration with the Pantai Cermin Community Health Center. Educational materials regarding COVID-19, its transmission, and prevention methods were presented by Linda, SKM, an educator from the COVID-19 Task Force at the Pantai Cermin Community Health Center. We also emphasized the importance of wearing masks, handwashing, and maintaining a safe distance. We distributed masks and educational materials to the participants,” said Dian Octavia, Senior Manager of Corporate & Community Affairs.

Dian stated that until October, the company has conducted socialization events in 4 villages in Pantai Cermin Subdistrict, Perbaungan Subdistrict, and Teluk Mengkudu Subdistrict. “The feedback from the community and local health workers has been very positive, and this is part of our collaborative program with the Serdang Bedagai Regency Government. We express our gratitude to the Serdang Bedagai Regency Government, especially the Health Department and its officials, for their continuous support,” said Dian.

“The next COVID-19 Safety socialization event will be held in the villages around our office in Ajibata, Toba Regency,” added Dian.

Previously, as part of the KAMI PEDULI (We Care) Community Program for COVID-19, PTAN has distributed face masks, hand soap, disinfectant materials, portable hand washing stations, and health equipment to the community and community health centers to help reduce the risk of coronavirus transmission. “We will continue to collaborate with the Health Department and community health centers through the KAMI PEDULI (We Care) Community Program for COVID-19 to support the prevention of coronavirus spread in the community. We always prioritize the safety and health of our employees and the community,” said Dian.