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Johnson & Johnson supplies hydration drinks to over 20,000 medical frontliners

May 27, 2020

Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Philippines Inc. is supplying 10 key hospitals with their Vivity hydration drinks to help Filipino healthcare workers in their fight against COVID-19 in the country.

Identified partner hospitals will be provided with a steady supply of products for two months, with J&J Philippines also setting up chillers during this period to properly store stocks throughout health workers’ shifts.

These include the pediatric departments and emergency rooms of Philippine General Hospital, Philippine Heart Center, Lung Center of the Philippines, Cardinal Santos Medical Center, Makati Medical Center, The Medical City, Parañaque Doctors Hospital, and San Juan De Dios Hospital.

The initiative is an extension of their earlier pledge of P10-million worth of Vivity products that reached 27 hospitals and nine non-government organizations. In total, the company has reached over 20,000 healthcare workers with their hydration efforts.

Vivity is J&J Philippines’ first electrolyte drink product under its consumer health product portfolio. It is scientifically formulated with electrolytes that help restore lost fluids and keep the body hydrated. It also comes in a ready-to-drink packaging and two great tasting flavors: apple and orange. 

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