Yes FM, a Cape Coast based radio station has presented a number of sanitary and health equipment to the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital (CCTH) as its contribution towards the fight against the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Metropolis.
They include gallons of liquid soap, disposable gloves, tissues, hand sanitizers, face masks and boxes of bottled water worth over GHS2,500.00
Mr Omar Bin Abdullah, the Station Manager who made the presentation, said the donation formed part of the Station’s Cooperate Social Responsibility.
He said apart from using its platform to educate the populace, it also launched an appeal to its listeners to support the COVID-19 fight, adding that “we are all in this together”.
Mr Abdullah expressed gratitude to the frontline health workers for their hard work and efforts in the fight against the pandemic.
Mrs Sophia Blankson, Director of Nursing Services at the CCTH, received the items on behalf of the Hospital and commended Yes FM for always using its platform for massive education about the COVID-19 pandemic.
She implored other organisations to support the Hospital as they worked to contain the spread of the disease, saying it called for collective effort to win the fight against the pandemic.