Donation of Hand Sanitizers to the community
Mount Kenya University in response to preventive and containment measures against Coronavirus is producing alcohol- based hand sanitizers to ease accessibility by the university students, staff and general public.
MKU has donated hand sanitisers to the government for use in the government isolation centers and the neighbouring police stations such as makongeni and communities.
Chief Inspector Rashford Kinoti The OCS Makongeni police station receiving hand sanitizers Donation from Mount Kenya University
Hand sanitizers had previously been distributed to TV47 which is located in Nairobi Parklands area. TV47 is currently airing MKU televised lectures.
The university will continue to support the staff, students and neighbouring community and the government to adopt the Ministry of Health guidelines on the required preventive measures.
DCC Thika receives hand sanitizers donation from MKU
Covid Safeguard facts:
- Wash your hands regularly using running water and soap or a hand sanitizer
- Wear personal protective gear; wear a mask when stepping out to a public place
- Maintain a social distance between you and everyone else
Mount Kenya University Staff led by Dr. Evans Mwiti, Deputy Vice-Chancellor APIA, guided Thika Administration police on how to use the MKU produced hand sanitizer during the donation presentation.
Safety begins with you
handing over of hand sanitizers to Thika police