JAKARTA – Department store managers PT Matahari Tbk (LPFF) and PT Matahari Putra Prima Tbk (MPPA) donated 12 self-isolation packages of tronton (isoman) for Yakartans affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sun department store commissioner Roy N. Mandey said the move was tangible evidence of the company’s response to the pandemic so that the spread of the outbreak can be immediately controlled so that economic activity can return to normal.
“We are very concerned and in agreement with the community, especially with those affected and who must be lomanes. Our brothers and sisters who are in self-isolation are certainly incapable of mobility. Therefore, humanitarian aid is expected to meet basic needs. and health aspects, especially before Eid al-Adha, “he said in an official statement on Monday, July 19.
Roy added that the company has a close relationship with the citizens of Jakarta. Because, Matahari, which has now become a major player in the country, is an original capital business entity that was born and started operating in Pasar Baru, Jakarta, in 1958.
“Hopefully this humanitarian assistance, in addition to giving meaning to the community that Matahari faithfully present to help the community and I hope that also the synergy with the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta and the central government can continue to be improved together in our efforts, become in economic fighters and drivers, “he said.
To be known, Matahari Department Store and Hypermart are corporations under the auspices of Lippo Group owned by conglomerate Mochtar Riady.
The two local retailers delivered 7,500 grocery packages containing a variety of basic necessities and health items, all of which were loaded onto 12 tronton trucks.
This food package will be distributed by the DKI Jakarta Social Service to residents undergoing isoman in 15 villages in DKI Jakarta. Additionally, the distributed package will target other Individual Service Provider Officers (PJLPs) from various Regional Device Organizations (OPDs) in DKI Jakarta that are directly tasked with handling the COVID-19 pandemic, such as the Rapid Reaction Team. from BPBD, call center officers, morgue repatriation officers, as well as guidance and oxygen filling officers.
The deployment itself was greeted directly by DKI Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan at Monas IRTI Plaza, Jakarta today.
“Let us continue to be strictly disciplined against 5M prokes and immediately follow the vaccination program to create herd immunity, so that COVID-19 can disappear quickly, the Indonesian economy recovers and of course Jakarta Bangkit,” Roy concluded.
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