Courts Mabe Aerobox Donation/ Handover To The Ministry Of Health

Mr Sean Floyd and Ms. Rachel Samuel Courts representatives handing over the Aerobox to the P.S Mrs Ena Delso-Henry.

Over the last nine months, the OECS experienced first-hand, the negative effects of the Coronavirus. This global pandemic has impacted all islands in the region and has severely affected our economy.

The Unicomer group continues to offer support to our customers and the leaders in all countries in which we operate, as we believe in having social, economic and environmental impact all our communities.

Our latest initiative aimed at protecting our health professionals is the Mabe Aerobox. The Mabe Aerobox was designed by the Mabe Design, Development and Innovation team in collaboration with health authorities in Latin America. It is a solution that protects health personnel during intubation of patients. This is critical as incubation has been identified as the period with the highest risk of contagion.

The “Aerobox” was produced in Mabe plants in Mexico, Argentina and Colombia and we have donated aeroboxes to the Ministry of Health, Wellness and Environment which we are sure will give added protection to our doctors and health personnel.

An official hand over/presentation was conducted for these items, on Friday 18th, December 2020 by Courts’ representatives Mr. Sean Floyd and Ms Rachel Samuel to the Ministry of Health, Wellness and environment. The Permanent Secretary Mrs. Ena Dalso-Henry, received the areoboxes on behalf of the Ministry and expressed how elated she was in receiving these aeroboxes. She stated, “These boxes came in at a time when they are most needed”. She also said the boxes will go a long way in assisting with fight against this dreadful virus.

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