Keeping the possibility of a third wave of Covid-19 pandemic, the brand ambassador of Jamshedpur Notified Area Committee Pappu Sardar distributed masks among the patients of MGMCH.
Jamshedpur: Pappu Sardar, the brand ambassador of JNAC distributed masks at MGMCH and spread awareness about the possibility of a third wave of corona pandemic.
As the festive season approaches, people have started preparing for Durga Puja, the biggest festival of Hindus.
Many experts believe that the third wave of Corona is likely to hit the country in November.
The district administration is appealing to the people to follow the guidelines.
The government and district administration have made preparations to thwart the third wave.
Keeping all this in mind, on Thursday, Pappu Sardar, the brand ambassador of Jamshedpur Notified Area, launched an awareness campaign by distributing masks among the people coming for treatment at MGM Hospital.
During this, he advised patients without marks to wear masks.
He also appealed to the people to take the vaccine.
He said that the government and the health department are making efforts for security. But the common people also have to take part in it. He appealed to the common people to give medicines, wheelchairs or other resources to the hospital which are being wasted in their homes, so that the needy people can benefit from those.
He said that the capable people of the city should also come forward in to help the government and work for the needy with a sense of service.
The representative of the Health Minister, Rajesh Bahadur said that preparations are being made in government hospitals in view of the third wave.
Mr Pappu Sardar, the brand of Jamshedpur Notified Area, is distributing masks to make people aware. This is a commendable work for the society.
He said that people need to be cautious for safety.
Rajesh Bahadur said that on the initiative of Health Minister Banna Gupta, efforts are on to improve MGM Hospital.