As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread around the globe, diagnosis is proving to be one of the key factors to help combat and contain the pandemic and Kee Safety is helping with this.
The Primary Health Care Department for the Ministry of Health in Malta has worked to erect multiple COVID-19 testing stations for the population.
Two of the make-shift stations, located in Hal Farrug and Luxol Grounds, urgently needed canopy frames to provide weather protection for the outdoor waiting area to the testing stations. The shelters needed the correct safety measures in place to maintain a sound structure.
Kee Safety’s Maltese distributor, Joseph F Spiteri & Co worked to a tight turn-around and supplied the Primary Health Care Department with the necessary galvanised Kee Klamp fittings and Steel Tubing to allow the stations to be swiftly assembled.
Kee Safety is pleased to have helped in this time of need, and wishes to thank the many healthcare workers and personnel in these hugely difficult circumstances.
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