Sagicor Antigua distributes care packages to Nurses on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic
St. John’s, Antigua: Leading insurance company, Sagicor Life Eastern Caribbean Inc (SLECI) recently distributed care packages to the members of the Antigua and Barbuda Nurses Association who are at the frontline of the fight against COVID-19; as well as those who continue to provide general care at the Mount St. John’s Medical Centre and the Health Centres. The presentation was made by Mr. Eswick Sullivan, Unit Manager for Sagicor’s office in Antigua to Mrs. Soria Dupie-Winston, President of the Antigua and Barbuda Nurses Association.
In presenting the packages Mr. Sullivan said, “At Sagicor, our vision is to be a great company, committed to improving the lives of the people in the community in which we operate, and we recognize the important contribution our nurses make on a daily basis to our community.”
Mrs. Soria Dupie-Winston, President of the Nurses Association expressed her gratitude on behalf of the nurses. She said, “We the executives and members of the Antigua and Barbuda Nurses Association, extend a special thank you to Sagicor for their timely donation of vitamins and other necessities to our members. We do appreciate the gesture and wish [the team] continued blessings and prosperity in their future endeavours.”
The care packages contained items that are very useful to the nurses during this time including: 1000mg vitamin C tablets, multivitamins, cod liver oil 400m, hand sanitizer, as well as anti-bacterial hand soap, hand wipes and hand spray.
The Nurses of the Antigua and Barbuda Nurses Association, take a short break to receive their care packages, provided by Sagicor.