Ncl handed over 767 medical kits to the administration

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Shaktinagar. NCL’s Jhingurda Coal Project Management delivered a large number of health-related devices along with 767 medical kits to the Singrauli administration.
All Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) projects and units, in collaboration with the district administration, are engaged in armed non-proliferation and treatment efforts during the second wave of COVID-19. In this sequence, NCL’s Jhingurda area provided the Singrauli District Administration with 767 medical kits as part of corporate social responsibility on Saturday. Each medical kit contains drugs prescribed by doctors to treat patients infected with Kovid 19. In addition, 21 pieces of infrared thermometers, 21 pieces of oximeters and 420 pieces of disinfectant were given. NCL has made reasonable provision for the treatment of infected patients and made people aware of epidemic prevention in the area. During the second wave, the Jhingurda area has so far delivered 847 pieces of medical kits, 4,000 pieces of masks, 21 pieces of infrared thermometers, 21 pieces of oximeters and 420 pieces of disinfectant to the Singrauli district administration. This coal management effort is recognized.

Shaktinagar. NCL’s Jhingurda Coal Project Management delivered a large number of health-related devices along with 767 medical kits to the Singrauli administration.

All Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) projects and units, in collaboration with the district administration, are engaged in armed non-proliferation and treatment efforts during the second wave of COVID-19. In this sequence, NCL’s Jhingurda area provided the Singrauli District Administration with 767 medical kits as part of corporate social responsibility on Saturday. Each medical kit contains drugs prescribed by doctors to treat patients infected with Kovid 19. In addition, 21 pieces of infrared thermometers, 21 pieces of oximeters and 420 pieces of disinfectant were given. NCL has made reasonable provision for the treatment of infected patients and made people aware of epidemic prevention in the area. During the second wave, the Jhingurda area has so far delivered 847 pieces of medical kits, 4,000 pieces of masks, 21 pieces of infrared thermometers, 21 pieces of oximeters and 420 pieces of disinfectant to the Singrauli district administration. This coal management effort is recognized.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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