Ford Philippines Hands Out 10,000 Face Shields To DOH, DTI

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Understanding the growing need and demand for PPEs, Ford Philippines donated 10,000 face shields to the Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) to help protect frontliners amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

The face shields were designed by Ford engineers and produced by employees in Ford Thailand Manufacturing (FTM), Ford’s manufacturing plant facility in Thailand that builds the Ford Ranger and Ford Everest that are sold in the Philippines.

The face shield prototype was approved by Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health for mass production and was developed with direct inputs from doctors in various hospitals in Thailand, making the face shields safe to use.

 

“We are one with the Philippine government and its efforts in curtailing the spread of Covid-19 in the country. This humble donation will benefit frontliners, particularly those in the medical and healthcare field who need personal protective equipment to properly and safely facilitate medical treatment of Covid-19 patients,” said PK Umashankar, managing director, Ford Philippines. “We at Ford Philippines recognize the important contributions of our frontliners, our modern-day heroes, in helping the nation overcome this health crisis.”

As part of its efforts to support hospitals and medical frontliners, Ford Philippines also donated medical supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE) to Bauan Doctors General Hospital, Balete Municipal Health Center, Philippine College of Occupational Medicine, Inc., Veterans Memorial Medical Center, De La Salle University Medical Center, Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital, Fe Del Mundo Medical Center, Philippine General Hospital, San Juan de Dios Hospital, Ospital ng Muntinlupa, Manila Doctors Hospital, The Outstanding Women in Nation’s Service (TOWNS) Foundation, Subic Municipal Health Center, and San Marcelino Zambales Health Center.


(Press release/Ogilvy)

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