The Accra Brewery Ltd (ABL) donated 3,000 free face masks to the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture. The 3,000 masks were part of 15,000 Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) and Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) approved masks produced by Accra Brewery Ltd (ABL) in partnership with Akosombo Textiles. The gift supplies will support drinking bars in the tourism and hospitality industry to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease.

Legal and Corporate Affairs Director of Accra Brewery Ltd Ms. Adwoa Aaba Arthur remarked that ABL would continue to educate drinking bar owners about the fight against the pandemic to ensure customers wash their hands frequently with soap and water, use hand sanitizers at all times and practice social distancing at bars with fewer tables and chairs for patrons.

Country Director of Accra Brewery Ltd Mr. Galo Rivera affirmed ABL’s commitment to supporting communities with protective masks, especially drinking bars, which are now allowed to operate howbeit with strict compliance with precautionary COVID-19 measures. Mr. Rivera said, ABL also has a home delivery service through Jumia, providing customers the option of ordering products online, which meant customers could choose to stay at home and be safe.

Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Mrs. Barbara Oteng Gyasi received the assistance package from ABL and commended the company for its generosity.

Accra Brewery Ltd produces and distributes beer, sparkling soft drinks and non-alcoholic malt beverages.

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