Diamond Trust Bank, Serena Hotels to Feed Mbagathi and KNH Frontline Workers in June

Diamond Trust Bank, Serena Hotels to Feed Frontline Workers in June

DTB Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Nasim Devji and Mahmud Jan Mohamed, Group Managing Director, Serena Hotels handover the packed meals to Kenyatta National Hospital Chief Executive Officer Dr. Evanson Kamuri.

Diamond Trust Bank (DTB) is partnering with Serena Hotels to provide meals during the month of June 2020 for the frontline health workers at Kenyatta National Hospital and the Mbagathi District Hospital in Nairobi. 

DTB Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Nasim Devji said, the programme is part of the Bank’s commitment to the society during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“This is a small way to appreciate the efforts of the frontline health workers who have committed themselves to help deal with this unprecedented time. We celebrate their dedication and commitment as they go about this daunting task,” said Ms Devji.

 The meals will be prepared at Nairobi Serena Hotel and DTB’s contribution towards the joint initiative will come from the recently announced KShs. 100 million kitty approved by the DTB Board of Directors for interventions to cushion Kenyans against the effects of the pandemic. 

Mahmud Jan Mohamed, Group Managing Director, Serena Hotels said, “At this time of crisis it is heart-warming and inspiring to hear of the incredible work that the brave front line workers are dedicated towards, with resilience to help and give dignity to the people with severe COVID-19.”

On Wednesday, the ministry of health reported 123 people had tested positive from 2,112 samples tested in the last 24 hours bringing the total to 2,216. Total number of samples tested so far is 85,058.

54 patients had recovered from coronavirus disease recording this as the highest number of recoveries so far recorded since the government announced the first discharge case on 1st April, 2020.

This now brings to 553 people the number of individuals who have recovered from the disease in the country.