Max Life, a private life player, has contributed COVID-19 kits to frontline workers for their fight against the pandemic.
The company, as part of its CSR activities, contributed 5,000 PPE kits for doctors and healthcare workers, 5,000 safety kits for police officials, and 5,000 health kits for recovering patients in government hospitals in Gurugram, Haryana. The company also contributed 5,500 antigen testing kits which will enable health workers to undertake rapid COVID-19 tests on suspected patients.
The company has created a separate COVID-19 pool as part of its CSR budget to support frontline workers including health practitioners, police personnel, and those affected by the crisis. To combat the pandemic, Max Life has committed to donate PPE and safety kits that include masks, face-shields, gloves, thermometers and sanitizers. The face masks have been procured from underprivileged women self-help group associated with the Gurugram District Administration.
Max Life managing director and CEO Prashant Tripathy said that the COVID-19 crisis has had a deep and significant impact on communities and various sections of the society. The company has also planned several other initiatives under the COVID-19 CSR agenda that includes providing food and ration support to underprivileged families amongst other activities.