Esso Thailand and ExxonMobil employees make and contribute 2,000 face shields for hospital and medical staff fighting COVID-19

Bangkok, Thailand – Employees including families of Esso and ExxonMobil in Thailand, wishing to help in the effort against Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), made and contributed 2,000 face shields. 

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Esso Thailand and ExxonMobil employees make and contribute 2,000 face shields for hospital and medical staff fighting COVID-19

The shields were then donated to Rajavithi Hospital, Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital, Pranangklao Hospital, Wetchakarunrasm Hospital, Samutprakarn Hospital, and Bangbo Hospital.

Esso Club President Siriwan Prommool, Dr. Taweesak Bunluesin, director of Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited, and a group of employees represented the effort to hand off the shields to staff at the hospitals.

“We are so thankful for the hard work and long hours that medical personnel are putting in to the effort to heal those affected by the pandemic,” Siriwan said. “We wanted to do our small part to help the effort and show our deep appreciation.”

Esso Club also appreciated Sansanee Panjamapirom in donating materials for the production of the face shields.

For more information, please contact Public and Government Affairs :
Kitiyavadee Nilavan Tel: 02-407-4382  Email: kitiyavadee.nilavan@exxonmobil.com
Pathaveeroje Pamoonkesi Tel. 02-407-4384 Email: pathaveeroje.pamoonkesi@exxonmobil.com