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    Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) has collaborated with the Foundation to improve safety of frontline health workers and volunteers aiding patients during the COVID-19 outbreak.

    collaboration intends to organise NRCS volunteers at Government of Nepal-led vaccination stations as well as offer transportation for those with physical limitations to be vaccinated.

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    On August 5, a handover ceremony was performed at Maharajgunj Teaching Hospital. Dr. Manita Rajkarnikar, Director of the NRCS Health Services Department, and Nepal executives paid a visit to Teaching Hospital. Ramesh Maharnank received the security equipment.

    Personal safety equipment were supplied to health professionals from Teaching Hospital, Armed Forces of Balambu, Patan Hospital, Janamaitri Hospital, and Nepal Medical Association as part of cooperation initiative. 12,500 surgical masks, 5,000 pairs of gloves, and 960 sanitizer are included in the distribution.

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    In addition, a coordinated endeavour in ten districts across Nepal has established. More than 31,000 people have already benefited from vaccinations provided by Nepalese government.

    The campaign was held in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, Chitwan, and Bagmati districts of Dhading, as well as East Nawalparasi districts of Kaski, Tanahun, Gorkha, Lamjung, and Gandaki states.

    Nepal Red Cross blood transfusion service technicians, health workers, and ambulances are among those who have received assistance.

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