Windhoek- The Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb has yet extended its support to the Otjozondjupa Region, Grootfontein community through donating Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) worth N$30 500.
The donation was handed over to the Grootfontein Municipality Chief Executive Officer-Kisco Sinvula, at the Grootfontein Municipality head office on Friday. The donated PPE will serve as safety gear for the health care practitioners at the Grootfontein Community Isolation Centre and as a preventative measure to curb the further transmission of COVID-19.
The delivered PPE includes Twenty (20) safety goggles, Two hundred (200) Aprons, light duty disposable, Hundred (100) N95 masks, Two (20) Packets of latex groves (100 gloves in each box), six (6) thermometers. The PPE to be delivered includes Twenty (20) Scrub Suits, Twenty (20) Isolation Gowns.
Sinvula thanked Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb for the support provided, with the aim to defeat the global pandemic COVID-19.
During the handover ceremony, Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb Manager Alina Garises said, the battle against COVID-19 is everyone‘s responsibility.
“Let us unite nationwide and collaborate to keep safe, and defeat the Coronavirus” Garises Urged.
Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb (PTY) Limited (DPMT), is located in Tsumeb Namibia approximately 430 km north of the capital city Windhoek. It is one of the largest employers in the Oshikoto Region with a workforce of approximately 700 employees.