Represented by The Permanent Committee for Organizing and Supervising Voluntary Work, PSAU honored faculty members, employees, health practitioners, male, and female volunteers, participating in the response to the emerging coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Chairman of the Committee, Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Thalab Al-Shukra said that the honor came out of the keenness of the university and its leaders and in their sense of the humanitarian role that volunteers provide in the service of this dear country to preserve the lives of people and contribute significantly to limiting the spread of this virus, and interest in volunteer work that It is considered a main pillar as one of the pillars of the Kingdom's Vision 2030. He also praised the provision of the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and His Highness the Crown Prince - may God protect them - to protect people and limit the impact of this pandemic. Stressing that the Kingdom, since its establishment, has spared no effort in the interest of preserving the human being and his health, and has placed him at the top of its priorities. It did not differentiate between the citizen and the resident in providing health care, medical care, and providing the necessary support for all sectors to reduce the repercussions of the pandemic.