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Regal Springs Indonesia Distributes Medical Equipment and Oxygen Cylinders for COVID-19 Response

Medan, November 18, 2021 – Amidst the efforts to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, Regal Springs Indonesia, through its program KAMI PEDULI – Against Covid-19, has provided assistance in the form of medical equipment (antigen test kits) and oxygen cylinders worth more than Rp190 million to several health centers through the Health Department of Toba Regency, the Health Department of Samosir Regency, and the Health Department of Simalungun Regency, North Sumatra.

The donation to the Health Department of Toba Regency was handed over by David Tampubolon, Head of Corporate Affairs at Regal Springs Indonesia, to Vice Regent of Toba, Tonny M Simanjuntak, accompanied by the Secretary of Toba Regency, Audi Murphy O Sitorus, at the Regent’s office on Thursday (11/18).

Tampubolon stated that this assistance is one of the company’s commitments to play a role in pandemic mitigation in the surrounding areas of its operational sites. “We hope that our contribution can be one of the steps to anticipate the potential third wave of Covid-19 at the end of the year,” said Tampubolon.

During the donation handover, Vice Regent of Toba, Tonny M Simanjuntak, expressed appreciation to Regal Springs Indonesia and assured that the provided medical equipment would be put to good use. “We hope that this assistance can alleviate the needs of the health department in the Toba region, and in the future, there can be synergy and collaboration between both parties in the tourism sector and other flagship programs within the company’s CSR,” said Tonny.

The distribution of this aid aligns with the company’s goal to contribute to the welfare of the community through various KAMI PEDULI programs. Since early 2020, Regal Springs Indonesia has implemented COVID-19 handling policies and established an internal COVID-19 task force, actively participating in preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the community through a series of educational awareness campaigns, mass vaccination for over 2,000 individuals, and the provision of essential healthcare equipment such as hand washing tanks, masks, disinfectants, thermal guns, and more.