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PRAN-RFL donates equipment to Mugda and two other hospitals

PRAN-RFL donates equipment to Mugda and two other hospitals

PRAN-RFL Group, one of the largest business conglomerate of the country, has continued to distribute protective equipment among hospitals for the protection of the physicians and nurses. As part of it, the group donated protective equipment to Mugda Medical College and Hospital, Dhaka Mohanagar General Hospital and Railway General Hospital.

Kamruzzaman Kamal, Marketing Director of PRAN-RFL Group, handed over surgical mask, hand sanitizer, mob cap, safety goggles and PPE by visiting the three institutions on Thursday.

Professor Titu Miah, Principal of Mugda Medical College, Dr. Prakash Chandra Ray, Director of Dhaka Mohanagar General Hospital and Dr. Syed Firoz Alamgir Superintendent of Railway General Hospital received the protective equipment.

Kamruzzaman Kamal said, “PRAN RFL Group has been working in different ways for people of different classes and professions from the beginning of corona pandemic in the country. Health workers are working relentlessly to treat corona patients. We are giving protective equipment to different hospitals so that the health workers can continue their activities being well protected.”

He also said, “If we stand by together, will be able to overcome this difficult time with effort of all.”

Earlier, PRAN-RFL Group donated corona sample collection booths, surgical masks, PPE, hand gloves and hand sanitizers to Director General of Health Services (DGHS) and 15 hospitals in Dhaka, Chattogram and Bhola. The group also donated protective equipment for the police working in Chattogram.

Therefore, PRAN-RFL has already provided food to 60,000 helpless and poor families who became workless during the general holidays across the country to contain the spread of coronavirus.

– Press release