Dettol Offers a Helping Hand to Disinfect National University Hospitals
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If there’s anything we’ve learned from the outbreak of COVID-19, it is the importance of constant disinfection using quality products. Offering a wide range of every-day personal products, in addition to its staple range of disinfectants, Dettol, the well-established brand has earned the trust for a nationwide impact mission.
Supporting the government’s precautionary measures to ensure a safe resumption of life amid the pandemic, Dettol offered the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and the Supreme Council of University Hospitals help to disinfect the hospitals of national universities ahead of the start of the new academic year, 2020/2021.
“The Ministry has meticulously set a precautionary strategy to protect students, employees, faculty, and ancillary staff. Hereby, we’ve partnered with one of the world’s leading producers of antiseptics to disinfect our entire premises way before welcoming them on-campus.” Announced Dr Hossam Abdel Ghaffar, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of University Hospitals and the Official Spokesperson of Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
The help came in the form of 12K litres of Dettol ASL donated by the disinfectant manufacturer giant. The 2 million EGP-worth batch of the widely-known liquid product was used in disinfecting various research centres, as well as 65 university hospitals across 19 governorates, including Alexandria, Port-Said, Beni Soueif, MeBnya, Damietta, and Behera.
This move, along with individual awareness of the importance of abiding by safety regulations, is sure to keep the nation safe during the uncertain times of the pandemic.