Engen fuels frontline workers to fight COVID-19

In an endeav­our to fight COVID-19 pan­dem­ic, one of the dom­i­nant Petro­le­um Com­pa­ny, Engen has con­tributed R1 mil­lion fuel to health depart­ment to enable front­line work­ers exe­cute their duties with­out run­ning out of fuel.

Health Min­is­ter Dr Zweli Mkhize com­mend­ed Engen and encour­aged pri­vate com­pa­nies to donate to South Africa’s bat­tle against the dead­ly pan­dem­ic.

“We want to encour­age oth­ers to come on board to give us sup­port con­tin­u­ous­ly. said Dr.Mkhize.

Engen Man­ag­ing Direc­tor and Chief Exec­u­tive Offi­cer, Yusa’ Has­san said front­line health work­ers will use the petrol to pow­er emer­gency response vehi­cles.

“It is these vehi­cles that will be used to trans­port our health­care work­ers to where they are need­ed most,” said Has­san.

Engen prais­es gov­ern­ment for the urgent and com­pre­hen­sive man­ner tak­en to man­age the pan­dem­ic and to safe­guard South Africans against COVID-19 infec­tion.

As South Africans face a severe threat to their health and col­lec­tive future, said Has­san Engen’s patri­ot­ic duty is to step up and sup­port gov­ern­ment in tak­ing proac­tive steps to con­tain and over­come the pan­dem­ic.

“We trust that our fuel con­tri­bu­tion will help ensure that our nation­al health ser­vices can  pro­vide med­ical care to the most vul­ner­a­ble mem­bers of soci­ety when it is need­ed most,” added Has­san.

Recent­ly Engen also launched a cam­paign to sup­port the fight against COVID-19 by edu­cat­ing local com­mu­ni­ties on safe­ty mea­sures to curb the spread of the virus by brand­ing 35 spaza shops across the coun­try.

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