British Airways joins the global fight against COVID-19 as its staff volunteers offers support to communities across the United Kingdom. BA’s aim is to bring its company wide skills and expertise to help the fight COVID-19.
The airlines logistics experience and volunteer force will greatly benefit communities at large.
Louise Evans, British Airways’ Director of External Communications and Sustainability, said: “We’ve had an overwhelming response to our request for volunteers from across British Airways to help in the community fight against coronavirus.
“We’re part of the fabric of Britain and we want to play our role in these unprecedented times. Thanks to the nature of our business, we can contribute a unique set of skills from advanced first aid training, to experience caring for and reassuring people to managing complex logistics – all of which can deliver real care within the community.”
British Airways has been in talks with numerous organizations such as the NHS and the Nightingale hospitals being set up in London, Manchester and Birmingham to deploy its volunteers for best use.
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