Interplex is committed to making a difference in the communities and world we live in. As we strive to be a responsible corporate citizen, we will continue to drive sustainable and positive changes in the markets we operate in. Supporting the causes close to our hearts, Interplex Cares is on this journey to give back to communities that are in need of our expertise and care.
9 July 2020 | Medical PPE & Testing Kit Donations to Batam, Indonesia
Batam, Indonesia (July 9, 2020) — New outbreaks of COVID-19 have emerged as the world reopens. Indonesia is the worst-hit country in South-east Asia, with over 75,000 COVID-19 cases and over 3,600 deaths recorded as of 13 July 2020. The Indonesian government has since launched a risk-zone map for COVID-19 in Indonesia. The cities and regencies are color coded into 4 main colors – red zones – areas with high rates of transmission, orange zones – areas with medium risk of infection, yellow zones – low-risk areas and green zones – either completely free of the disease or have not recorded any new cases in four weeks, with a 100 percent recovery rate of patients.
Batam is classified as an orange zone and this has impacted the city’s ability to fully reopen and for its economic activities to be in full swing. To better control the spread of COVID-19, the government has reached out to several businesses in Batam for urgent need of medical supplies and PPE for the healthcare workers and frontliners.
As an entity operating in the local community, Interplex is doing our part by donating face masks, face shields and testing kits to healthcare workers and frontliners in Batam. We are proud to support these people who are protecting the community and we share the same hope for Batam to successfully contain COVID-19 and be classified as a green zone.
Interplex is grateful for the opportunity to contribute back to the community and we hope that Batam will soon be able to reopen its international port.
22 April 2020 | Medical PPE Donations to Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Temporary Hospital
New York, USA (April 30, 2020) — America is one of the hardest hit regions of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), with over 800,000 cases as of April 21, with New York City among the hardest-hit places in the U.S. The surge in COVID-19 cases places a strain on the capacity of hospitals and medical supplies. We are heartened by Billie Jean King National Tennis Center’s contribution, transforming their tennis courts to a temporary hospital, and we are rising to the challenge too.
In our own way, we are giving back to communities. Globally, masks are in high demand as they are essential in the prevention against COVID-19.
Baring and Interplex have donated disposable face masks to Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Temporary Hospital in Queens, USA. We hope our humble contribution made a difference to the healthcare professionals battling COVID-19.
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