Esso and ExxonMobil donate PPE to Klong Toey District for battling COVID-19

Esso and ExxonMobil donate PPE to Klong Toey District for battling COVID-19

Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited and ExxonMobil Affiliates in Thailand donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for use during the current COVID-19 pandemic situation in Klong Toey District.

Dr. Taweesak Bunluesin (2nd left), Director of Esso (Thailand), presented 250 pieces of PPE to Miss Piyathida Niyom (2nd right), Director of Klong Toey District in efforts to contain the COVID-19 outbreak in Klong Toey community. The presentation was made at Klong Toey District Office.

“Our head office in Bangkok is located at Klong Toey District. As a corporate citizen, we are here to provide moral support and assistance to Klong Toey District Office in battling COVID-19 for our community. We recognise and appreciate all the hard work and dedication of related officers in handling this,” said Dr. Taweesak. 

The PPEs will be distributed to the two checkpoints of COVID-19 screening at Klong Toey Housing Authority Flats and Chumchon Moobanpattana School, as well as three service points for COVID-19 vaccination at Wat Klong Toey School, Warehouse of Port Authority of Thailand, and activity plaza in front of Tesco Lotus Rama IV. Some of the PPEs will also be provided to take care of recuperated patients.

As affiliates of Exxon Mobil Corporation, a world leading Energy Company, Esso and ExxonMobil affiliates in Thailand have been operating in Thailand providing quality fuels and lubes as well as chemical products to serve the growth of the country for more than 126 years. The companies emphasise doing business in line with social responsibility, while engaging, creating and supporting development, including healthcare in communities where it operates.

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