Disinfectant brand Lysol reaffirms its commitment to the Philippine Red Cross by breaking down the chain of infections and ensuring everybody is protected from COVID-19 and other illnesses.
Lysol encourages consumers to donate to the COVID-19 Samaritan’s Fund, which makes available COVID-19 testing to the most susceptible and vulnerable groups.
It also promotes the adoption of Pula, PRC’s adorable bear, which can be purchased in a special Christmas bundle pack consisting of two units of 340g Lysol Disinfectant Spray.
For every purchase of the special holiday-themed pack available in supermarkets nationwide, Lysol hopes to create further awareness on the efforts undertaken by PRC.
It also makes for an excellent gift for friends and family, reminding them to always practice good hygiene to “Disinfect to Protect.”
These worthwhile initiatives come at the heels of Lysol’s P36-million donation to PRC for the construction of a molecular laboratory in Cagayan de Oro City and towards the strengthening of COVID-19 mass testing among vulnerable groups in the country.
The said facility, located at the Capitol Compound in CDO, completed its construction and passed the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine’s proficiency test in September.
Equipped with two polymerase chain reaction machines that can process 2,000 tests per day, the facility is in operation since Sept. 19 after receiving its accreditation as a certified COVID-19 testing center.
With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Lysol stresses the importance of disinfecting the home and the workplace as well as frequently-touched surfaces using its disinfectant sprays and multi-action cleansers.
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