Lotus donates Chloroquine to Thailand's ministry of public health
DELIVERING ON ITS PROMISE DURING THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC TO ITS PATIENTS, PARTNERS, AND COMMUNITIES AROUND THE WORLD
Lotus Pharmaceuticals today announced that it made a voluntary donation of 10,000 packs of Chloroquine phosphate to Thailand's Ministry of Public Health to assist local government with possible solutions to COVID-19.
“As an industry, we are at the frontline in looking to support the world during this time of need,” commented by Robert Wessman, Chairman of Lotus and CEO and Executive Chairman, “with the outbreak of the Coronavirus, our daily lives are changing. We are constantly monitoring developments to understand how we can continue to manage the situation both internally and externally. Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our employees and all of our customers and communities we work with around the world.”
Lotus has been proactively monitoring changes and developments and taking all measures to mitigate any interruption since the outbreak. It has created procedures to ensure the health and safety of the employees to make sure that the team can continue to operate at the capacity needed, especially in its manufacturing sites in both Taiwan and Korea, and tracks the process on regular and ad hoc basis.
“We have been coordinating plans around business continuity to minimize the impact and to continue to serve its patients, customers and communities who rely on us, around the world. We are ensuring our supply chains are unaffected, so we can continue to operate, making sure we deliver our products to everyone who needs them. We have built contingency supplies to make sure that we can continue to deliver on our promise. With the network of customers we have built, local teams are able to continue to serve patients in each market efficiently.” Mr. Wessman added.