Allianz donation to the Sungai Buloh Hospital Frontliners

10 May 2021

Malaysia’s main Covid-19 facility, Sungai Buloh Hospital, is almost full, and   private hospitals in the Klang Valley are reaching capacity for coronavirus cases.
“For the time being, Sungai Buloh Hospital is accepting only Stage Four and Five patients or complex Covid-19 cases,” MOH’s corporate communications unit said, quoting the Selangor state health department.

The fourth and fifth stages are severe categories of the disease.
Allianz donated close to 9000 Allianz water pods to the frontliners of the Sungai Buloh hospital.

The doctors,nurses and team have been off their feet in full PPE.  
In the midst of saving lives, the waterpods were a welcome sight.
The Watertree Project Team would like to thank the selfless doctors for their unrelenting efforts in the battle against this invisible enemy.

Allianz donation to the Selayang Hospital

14 June 2021

The Selayang Hospital in Batu Caves, Selangor is now the second hospital in the country to procure a freezer container to handle the increasing number of Covid-19 deaths: the container is being used as an additional morgue.

Alliianz donated 3000 waterpods to The Selayang Hospital.

Dr William Yap is in charge of the Covid team and we thank him for his dedication in Malaysia’s difficult times working tirelessly to alleviate symptoms and put patients back on the road to recovery.