COVID-19 Pandemic: Donation of Hand Sanitizer & Protective Eyeglasses in Edison, NJ

COVID-19 Pandemic: Donation of Hand Sanitizer & Protective Eyeglasses in Edison, NJ

In support of healthcare providers treating patients with COVID-19, BAPS Charites donated over 100 hand sanitizer bottles and protective eyewear to Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Medical Center in Edison, New Jersey.

As COVID-19 cases rapidly increase in the United States, many hospitals are in need of personal protective equipment (PPE) and additional supplies of disinfectants.  Healthcare professionals rely on PPE to protect themselves and their patients from being infected and infecting others. Volunteers from BAPS Charities in Edison, NJ donated essential eye protection and hand sanitizer to JFK Medical Center.

Srikanth Jaikumar, Vice President, Ambulatory Services and Program Development, accepted the donation on behalf of JFK Medical center and expressed immense gratitude for the donation. “My fellow volunteers and I really appreciate everything the hospital is doing, it’s tremendous,” said Biral Patel, BAPS Charities volunteer. BAPS Charities is thankful for the concerted efforts of its volunteers to aid front-line healthcare providers.

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