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Hemas donates Shield soap to Navy Hospital Welisara

Dr. R.T. Wijewickrama , Dr. H.T.P. Soysa, Surgeon Commodore M.B.P.C. Wijedasa (CSH-W) and Surgeon Captain S.M.D. Chandraguptha (CMD) at the Navy General Hospital.
Dr. R.T. Wijewickrama , Dr. H.T.P. Soysa, Surgeon Commodore M.B.P.C. Wijedasa (CSH-W) and Surgeon Captain S.M.D. Chandraguptha (CMD) at the Navy General Hospital.

Understanding the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19 outbreak, Hemas Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) has made a donation of Shield soap to the Navy General Hospital recently.

The medical and field staff, of the Navy General Hospital in Welisara, a COVID-19 centre, is in the forefront battling against the disease and continue to work tirelessly, knowingly putting themselves at risk to save lives.

Supporting the Navy Hospital is part of a series of initiatives undertaken by Hemas FMCG to provide all possible assistance to support the nation during this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.

Director Marketing, Hemas Manufacturing Fiona Juriansz Munasinghe, said, “The coronavirus pandemic continues to have a tremendous impact on our society. We are deeply committed towards supporting the nation and to assist those who are in need, especially health workers and personnel in the frontline who are stepping directly into COVID-19’s path to aid the afflicted and help halt the virus’s spread.”

Hemas Shield soap is dermatologically tested and proven to be safe and non-irritant to the skin. The charcoal infused Shield soap, deeply cleanses the skin warding off germs and bacteria. Shield soap is meant for the entire family and is available in original and variants such as Shield Herbal containing aloe vera extracts and Shield nourish with the goodness of milk.  “Hand-washing with soap is the most effective way to fight COVID-19, thus it becomes crucial that we receive supplies as quickly as possible. We are sincerely thankful to Hemas for their donation, which will play a vital role in helping us combat COVID-19, strengthening the hands of our staff,” said Dr. M.B.P.C Wijedasa, USP, MBBS, MS, Surgeon Commodore, Sri Lankan Navy, Navy Hospital. Previously, Hemas FMCG donated Shield hand sanitizer packs to officers-in-charge of the National Hospital of Sri Lanka, the country’s largest teaching hospital, the Colombo North Teaching Hospital in Ragama and the District General Hospital, Negombo.  Hemas brands include a range of products such as hair and skin care, toiletries, fragrances and oral care which have a strong connection to the Sri Lankan consumer.


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