Country’s largest dyestuff and chemicals supplier and technical service provider Dysin Group has donated 1 ton hand sanitizer to prevent outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. These sanitizers will be given to hospitals across the country.
‘People for People’ foundation will assist in packaging and distribution of this sanitizers. Two more non-profitable foundation ‘Rokkhi’ and ‘Shopno Sarothi’ also collaborating in this welfare activity.
The coronavirus COVID-19 has affected 196 countries and territories around the world. Global buyers have so far canceled or suspended orders of readymade garment products worth US$2.25 billion from Bangladesh (updated on 24 March). Many fashion brands have shut their stores in Europe and North America due to the coronavirus outbreak which leads to this order cancellation and suspension.
Like Italy, Spain, France and some other European countries Bangladesh also going to declare nationwide lockdown from 26 March to 4 April to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
Many factories from Bangladesh already have taken many measures for the workers safety. Due to order cancellation some factories already been closed.
Today (24 March) President of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) Rubana Huq said that out of the 800 factories that they have surveyed, more than 65% factories are willing to run their production, whereas around 25% are depending on government direction and rest are inconclusive.
Overall global business is slowing down due to this pandemic and also in Bangladesh.
Here Dysin Group authority showed their responsibility to the nation. They have also promised to give more floor cleaning sanitizers and soap.
The sanitizers will be packed at Inovace Technologies laboratory. The whole initiative is volunteering by general students and alumni of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).