MCDONALD’S DONATE TO HEALTH MINISTRY FOR FRONTLINE WORKERS' PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
APRIL 26, 2020 @ 4.41PM
McDonald’s Malaysia donated RM250,000 to the Ministry of Health’s (MOH) Covid-19 fund to provide personal protection equipment (PPE) for frontline workers.
“As a responsible corporate citizen, McDonald’s wants to participate and contribute to the efforts of MOH in curbing the spread of Covid-19 in the country. We recognise the sacrifices of the healthcare workers who work tirelessly every day for the health and well-being of Malaysians. This is our small contribution in easing the burden and showing appreciation to the frontliners,” said Azmir Jaafar, the managing director.
In addition to the PPE donation, McDonald’s has also been actively contributing food to about 50 major hospitals across the country since the Movement Control Order (MCO) was announced by the government. The sponsorship of food packs directly benefits over 43,000 frontline workers across the country, including healthcare workers, police and military personnel.
“Our restaurants across the country are involved in the food donation initiative to frontline workers, in line with McDonald’s core value to constantly create a positive impact to the communities we operate in,” Azmir added.
Precautionary measures taken in light of Covid-19
Since the start of the MCO, McDonald’s has ensured that high standards of food safety and cleanliness are adhered to within our restaurants as well as through our McDelivery service. Our standard operating procedures (SOP) in the restaurants include:
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