Each packet includes a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Hand Sanitizer, Eye Protective Glass and three Surgical Face Masks
Evaly, a e-commerce based online marketplace, has provided health care and safety products to the National Emergency Services Center 999 authorities on May 11.
Some 490 packets of health care materials were provided to protect the personal health of the members on duty at the service center run by the Bangladesh Police, says a press release.
Each packet includes a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Hand Sanitizer, Eye Protective Glass and three Surgical Face Masks. Three thermometers were also provided for 999 office.
Director of Evaly Atiqur Rahman said, "999 has been providing emergency services to the people of the country 24 hours a day since its starting. Many citizens of the country are getting services from here at the critical moment of their lives. We are providing some personal health protection materials for the members out of our Corporate Social Responsibility."