The Jakarta Post
Diversified conglomerate Santini Group, through its subsidiary PT Santini Logmax Indonesia (SLI), donated 10,000 bottles of drinking water to the emergency hospital for COVID-19 patients in the Kemayoran athletes village, Central Jakarta.
SLI production director Minoru Kondo and operational manager Fendy Kurniawan handed over the donation to a representative of the emergency hospital, Bima Kumara, on April 14.
SLI is the distributor of mineral water brand aoi-nano cluster.
“We realize that medical workers and volunteers working in the emergency hospital need drinking water. We hope these 10,000 bottles of water increase their metabolism and prevent dehydration,” Kondo said in a statement.
The company also donated drinking water to Surabaya National Hospital in East Java.
“People are working hand-in-hand in battling the COVID-19 outbreak. We also want to do our part by helping medical personnel who are working on the frontlines [during this outbreak],” said Fendy.
Santini Group and Pakarti Yoga Group previously donated Rp 10 billion (US$641,231) to the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) through the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) on March 27. The donation was delivered personally by Santini Group and Pakarti Yoga Group president director Lukito Wanandi to PMI chairman Jusuf Kalla.
The COVID-19 outbreak in Indonesia has infected at least 8,211 people and killed 689 others as of Friday.