Dmr | 2022-04-28

BelFone Donation Empowers Campaigns against COVID-19

Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor

Compared to smartphones, the intuitiveness of push-to-talk radios are superb for personnel wearing medical gloves and 'bunny' suits.

BelFone, a leading technology and solution provider of mission and business critical communications, donated several batches of two-way radios to disease control forces in Quanzhou, where it is headquartered, when the city saw a new wave of COVID-19 infection.

These donated two-way radios offered convenient push-to-talk for medical staff, logistical personnel, and volunteers. It was a great efficiency booster and safety assurance for the users, especially when huge crowds gathered to line up for PCR tests. Compared to smartphones, the intuitiveness of push-to-talk radios are superb for personnel wearing medical gloves and bunny suits.

BelFone said, that the company always keeps in mind its social responsibility and actively contributes its strength to the fight against the epidemic. Radios donated by BelFone acted a powerful role to better communication for epidemic control efforts in the communities. Logistics support, voluntary service, medical tests were fulfilled in a rapid and orderly manner.