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City calls for Covid-19 donations

Donations in the form of non-perishable food products, hand sanitisers, liquid soup, N95 masks, disposable surgical gloves, bottled water and hygiene packs are acceptable.

AMID the Covid-19 scourge, eThekwini Municipality appeals for donations in the form of non-perishable food products, hand sanitisers, liquid soup, N95 masks, disposable surgical gloves, bottled water and hygiene packs.

This is part of the city’s endeavor to contribute meaningfully in the country’s efforts to flatten the curve of the coronavirus.

Donations can be dropped at the Disaster Management and Emergency Control Unit on 3 Jeff Taylor Crescent, Durban.

For more information during office hours call 061-495-2066 or 031-361-0000 after hours.

 

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