As the battle against the deadly disease, COVID-19 continues across the world, especially in Lagos, which has become the epicentre of the virus in Nigeria, the CEO of SaladChops & Events Managers, Mrs Olawunmi Omotoyinbo has lent her helping hand to the frontline health workers as she donated some face shields to the management of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH).
Receiving the items at the board room in LASUTH, the Chief Medical Director, Prof. Adetokunbo Fabamwo thanked Omotoyinbo on behalf of the management of the hospital.
Prof. Fabamwo noted that there was nothing too small at this time of battling the pandemic.
He prayed that God would continue to bless and prosper the enterprise.
Speaking earlier, Omotoyinbo said as the battle against the coronavirus, which has continued to spread on daily basis, rages on, there is need for the lives of the frontline health workers to be protected.
According to Omotoyinbo, it has been very saddening hearing about cases of health workers being exposed to the infection as a result of not having adequate protective kits.
She appealed to Nigerians to always take all the necessary preventive measures as prescribed by the NCDC serious, by washing their hands, washing their hands as well as practising social distancing, as reports on daily basis have continued to reveal that the COVID-19 virus is real, deadly, but preventable.