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Sleepwell rises to Covid challenge, donates 500 bedding units

By M4G Bureau - May 03, 2021

The leading mattress brand from Sheela Foam Ltd., has donated 500 bedding units to Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre, India’s largest Covid-19 facility,located in Delhi NCR.

Sleepwell, India’s leading mattress brand from Sheela Foam Ltd., has donated 500 bedding units to India’s largest Covid-19 facility, in Delhi NCR -- Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre. The bedding units comprise of mattresses, pillows and beds with a back-rest that is especially designed for patients that require oxygen. Currently, 200 such bedding units have been set-up and are ready-to-use while the remaining 300 will be added as per requirement. The company had helped set up the facility last year with a donation of 10,000 bedding units.

Commenting on the initiative, Rahul Gautam, Managing Director, Sheela Foam Ltd. said, “As the Covid-19 situation worsens in India, it is upon each and everyone of us to step up and support the healthcare infrastructure and the Corona warriors in our own small ways. At Sleepwell, we have been committed to ensuring that every Covid-19 patient receives a safe and hygienic bed to recover and therefore are proud to be a trusted partner for the Government. Currently we had added 500 bedding units at The Sardar Patel COVID Care Centre and will continue to support with any further requirements.”

The mattresses and beds have been specially created for the purpose of quarantining, hence are comfortable to sleep and sit on for long durations of time.

  • The Healthmat mattress is made using a proprietary foam core for comfort and support, designed for long hours of sleeping & sitting. All these mattresses come with a special cover for easy wiping and sanitizing. They are also treated with the patented Neem Fresche technology that ensures zero allergens & germs.
  • The specially designed Envirobed can be assembled in under 5 mins, is made of 100% natural and recyclable corrugated hardboard, at the same time is water resistant and fully sanitisable. The bed is light weight and portable yet has the ability to take more than 250 kg.
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