CHITWAN: The Lions Club International District 325 B 2 Nepal has assisted virus transfer medium kit (VTM) to the Bharatpur Hospital.
Club’s first district vice-governor Ram Prasad Bhatta and Club’s COVID-19 protection district chief Siddharthalal Chuke handed 1,400 kits to hospital development committee chair, Dr Bhojraj Adhikari.
The assistance was given on the witness of SA member Bijay Subedi, mayor Renu Dahal and committee members. It is said the assistance is worth Rs 200 thousand.
On the occasion, Bhatta said the Club has already assisted personal protection equipment (PPE) worth Rs 7.5 million to the government to help the latter battle against the pandemic.
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