Recently, the COVID-19 vaccine has begun to be used globally. Although the side effects are still being observed at the initial stage, at least a new dawn has emerged for the prevention of COVID-19. In view of this, Phison Electronics (Phison; 8299TT) and Mediland, a medical equipment supplier, jointly donated 3 professional medical-grade high-end hyper light disinfection robots to Hsin-Chu Branch of National Taiwan University Hospital (新竹臺大分院) (Phison donated 2 robots and Mediland donated 1 robot), to make a contribution to protect the homeland.

Chung-Jen Yu (余忠仁), Dean of Hsin-Chu Branch of National Taiwan University Hospital, expressed his gratitude to Phison Electronics and Mediland for supporting frontline medical colleagues with technology and contributing to the epidemic prevention. Hyper light disinfection robots will be applied to the hospital’s epidemic prevention wards, intensive care wards and operating rooms. It is expected to effectively reduce the infection caused by direct contact with the source of disease by medical staff and cleaning staff, and provide medical staff with a better epidemic prevention environment. It is also hoped that the people who come to seek medical treatment will be more at ease. 

Chun-Sung Chiang (江春松), chairman of Mediland, pointed out that the chairman of Phison Electronics, K.S.Pua, is young and visionary, and occupies an important position in the NAND industry. Its entrepreneurial spirit of public welfare has been implemented early, such as the use of solar power to build green R&D centers, organic farms, and annual charitable donations... are all positive actions and manifestations of corporate social responsibility. The donation of two hyper light disinfection robots to Hsin-Chu Branch of National Taiwan University Hospital this time shows that Phison is very supportive of medical care after Phison’s previous donations to Taoyuan Landseed International Hospital (桃園壢新醫院) and Hsinchu Mackay Hospital (新竹馬偕醫院). Phison supports the medical industry with actions and can be described as a role model for Taiwanese electronics industry entrepreneurs. Mediland admires its kindness very much, and is also inspired to donate one more unit in response to the kind deeds. I believe that more entrepreneurs like K.S.Pua will be able to join together to connect Taiwan's medical protection network to achieve the best infection control in hospitals in various places.

 Chung-Jen Yu (余忠仁), Dean of Hsin-Chu Branch of National Taiwan University Hospital Presented a Certificate of Appreciation to Phison Chairman K.S.Pua

K.S.Pua (潘健成), Chairman of Phison, emphasized that the risk of nosocomial infection has always been a topic of great importance to medical institutions, and the threat of multi-drug resistant microorganisms has been increasing year by year. Different from traditional low-power ultraviolet sterilization products, the donated hyper light disinfection robots not only exert its maximum effect during the epidemic, but more importantly, its clinically valid effect on multi-drug resistant microorganisms can quickly eliminate bacteria up to 99.99% or more. In addition to assisting in enhancing the effectiveness of environmental disinfection in high-risk areas in the hospital (such as isolation wards, intensive care wards, emergency rooms, etc.), it can also reduce the risk of possible nosocomial infections and provide a safer medical environment for patients and medical staff; Phison continues to do its best to fulfill its social responsibilities.