West Kalimantan Governor Appreciates CMI for Providing Drug Assistance for Handling Covid-19
Pontianak, September, 3 2021 – PT Cita Mineral Investindo Tbk (CMI) again made a real contribution by distributing aid to help deal with the Covid-19 pandemic in West Kalimantan in the form of providing aid for medicines such as the anti-virus Favipiravir and the antibiotic Azithromycin, as well as vitamin C and vitamins. D. This medical aid was symbolically handed over by Sumarno as the CMI representative to the Governor of West Kalimantan, H. Sutarmidji, SH, M. Hum., at the Governor's Hall of West Kalimantan, on Friday (03/09/2021).
The Governor of West Kalimantan, H. Sutarmidji, SH, M. Hum., expressed his gratitude for the assistance provided by CMI. “I would like to thank CMI. We distribute this assistance especially to those who are self-isolating/integrated isolation,” said H. Sutarmidji, SH, M.Hum.
Furthermore, the Governor of West Kalimantan said that the assistance provided by CMI in the form of vitamins would be distributed to the needs of students in West Kalimantan. "Thank God this also has vitamins. I want the vitamins to be distributed to high school children so that their immunity will be stronger in facing future activities. So the vitamins are for school children, while Favipiravir and Azithromycin are for those exposed to Covid-19," explained H. Sutarmidji, SH, M.Hum.
Head of the West Kalimantan Provincial Health Office, dr. Harrison, M.Kes., said that there was a fairly high increase in cases of Covid-19 in West Kalimantan, while the supply of drugs on the market was limited and the Provincial Government had actually procured it but the goods were not available. “I once again thank you because today we received assistance from Favipiravir and Azithromycin. The anti-virus and antibiotics will be distributed to the public by the Governor to patients in order to speed up healing and reduce treatment costs," said dr. Harrison, M.Kes.
General Manager External Relations & Legal PT Cita Mineral Investindo Tbk, Agus Rusli said CMI will continue to provide the best assistance for West Kalimantan in handling Covid-19 as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. "CMI contributes and cares for the people of West Kalimantan by providing real assistance that can be felt immediately, as well as helping prevent, heal and recover for people exposed to Covid-19."