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Abans donates LG anti-virus dual cool inverter air conditioners to Anuradhapura hospitals

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From left: Dr. Palitha Bandara - Provincial Director of Health Services – North Central Province, Channa Jayasumana - State Minister of Production, Supply and Regulation of Pharmaceuticals, Buddhika Dharmawardena - Chief Marketing Officer – Abans PLC, Dr. Chinthaka Wijewardana - Medical Coordinating Officer to State Minister Jayasumana


During the time of the Covid-19 pandemic, which is rapidly spreading across the island, the people living in rural areas face greater risks due to the lack of facilities and resources. 

With the aim to lend them a helping hand, Abans recently donated several LG dual cool inverter air conditioners to selected hospitals located in the Anuradhapura district.

These air conditioners were installed in general wards, Intensive Care Units and operating theatres to help fight viruses, using its modern technology.

Accordingly, LG anti-virus dual cool inverter air conditioners were installed in the Rajanganaya Yaya-05 District Hospital, Rathmalgahawewa District Hospital, Galenbindunuwewa District Hospital, Kahatagasdhigiliya Hospital, Kekirawa District Hospital, Gaaladivulwewa Primary Care Unit, Mahavilachchiya District Hospital, Kebithigollewa Hospital, Galkulama Primary Care Unit, and Thiththagonewa Primary Care Unit.

Channa Jayasumana, State Minister of Production, Supply and Regulation of Pharmaceuticals, expressed his gratitude to the management of Abans Group for this immensely valuable donation, especially at a time of crisis in the current situation. The State Minister spoke of the importanceof upgrading hospital wards, intensive care units and operating theatres with modern facilities at a time when the Covid-19 epidemic was spreading rapidly.

Buddhika Dharmawardena, Chief Marketing Officer of Abans PLC said, “At a time when the entire country and its people are going through a challenging period, we’re truly honoured to be able to conduct this CSR initiative, to do our part against battling the coronavirus.” 

He further said that, as a leading home-grown organization that has worked closely with customers from all walks of life in Sri Lanka for a span of over 50 years, the company is pleased to have fulfilled their responsibility at such a crucial juncture.  

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