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JAMMU: In continuation to the relentless support towards Health and Essential Services Departments during the ongoing lockdown and COVID-19 pandemic conditions through various associations, NGOs and volunteers, the Chamber of Traders Federation (CTF) Jammu represented by Neeraj Anand, President of Federation and Attar Singh, C&F for Dabur India Ltd came forward with the provisioning of juices and beverages for health sector workers of Jammu.
Accordingly, a consignment of almost 4,000 tetra packings was received for doctors and health teams working inside GMC Hospital Complex in presence of Principal GMC Jammu, Dr Sunanda Raina, Medical Superintendent GMCH Dr Dara Singh, Medical Superintendent SMGSH Dr Manoj Chalotra, Medical Superintendent CD Hospital Dr Rajeshwar and others.
Amit Sharma, Administrator Associated Hospitals Jammu expressed deep gratitude towards this goodwill gesture done for doctors, para medical staff and all health workers who are working tirelessly in these tough conditions of COVID-19 Pandemic.
Principal GMC Jammu mentioned that all the staff of GMCH and Associated Hospitals is highly motivated and providing best healthcare to the patients and shall continue to contribute towards best patient welfare inspite of ongoing tough times.
President Chamber of Traders Federation Jammu said that the efforts of all essential services departments require due recognition and apart from today’s support to the Health Department, they have been doing similar gestures for J&K Police Department, Municipal workers and others who are providing best services 24×7 putting their lives at risk in these trying conditions and they assured that they shall also try to provide PPE kits to doctors and para medical staff who are at maximum risk while directly dealing with Novel Corona Patients inside the hospitals.
Meanwhile, Vijay Bhardwaj of B. R Medical today distributed hand-sanitizers among people at Super Speciality Hospital, Jammu. He appealed t the people to follow the guidelines issued by the government to contain spread of COVID-19.
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