P.M Minnis receives protective gear donation from local company

Dr. Allen Albury, managing director; Atario Mitchell, president; and Dominic Sturrup, executive chairman and Sr. V.P business development presented Prime Minister Minnis with Personal Protection Equipment, including protective suits, medical gloves, face shields, surgical face masks and KN95 protective face masks. (PHOTOS: OPM Communications Unit)

Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis today received a donation of Personal Protection Equipment from the board of directors, principals, management and staff of the Bahamas Striping Group of Companies. The donation will assist those in the frontlines in the fight against COVID-19. The donated equipment includes 200 protective suits; 8,000 medical gloves; 2,000 protective face shields; 10,000 surgical face masks and 5,000 KN95 protective face masks. “As proud Bahamians, we stand alongside the government and we applaud the gallant efforts, foresight of the government, our hardworking medical practitioners, and every Bahamian whose sacrifice will allow us to win this battle,” said Dr. Allen L. Albury, managing director, Bahamas Striping.

Atario Mitchell, president, and Dominic Sturrup, executive chairman and Sr. VP business development also attended the presentation. The Prime Minister received a sampling of the donated PPEs during a special presentation at the Office of the Prime Minister on Wednesday 29 April. “Thank you for this generous donation of Personal Protective Equipment,” said Prime Minister Minnis. “This will help to protect our health care workers who are fighting COVID-19 in our hospitals, clinics and health care facilities throughout The Bahamas.”

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