In response to the coronavirus, Outfitters has opened up its factory to produce ‘free of cost’ protective uniforms for our Healthcare Heroes working for non-profit health institutions.
During this crucial period, facilities are running out of protective gear for health care providers. Big brands across the world are coming together to fight against the deadly coronavirus as the world exhausts all its resources during the pandemic.
According to Dawn, there are 3,520 people affected by the coronavirus. 1684 cases in Punjab, 932 in Sindh, 405 in KPK, 210 in GB, 192 in Balochistan, 82 in Islamabad and 15 in AJK. Reportedly, 50 people have died in the region due to COVID-19.
Here’s what a renowned clothing brand, Outfitters is doing!
“Response to COVID-19
We salute our healthcare workers and commit to protecting them while we push through these tough times.” quotes outfitters.
Earlier, Asim Jofa produced self-protection suits and masks for medical staff and doctors which were also free of cost.
It’s so heartwarming to see everyone doing their part during this global crisis. The only way we can contain the spread of coronavirus as a nation is if we take individual and collective responsibility and do our part.
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