The Chief Minister flagged off the ‘Respect Relief Service’ of Hill-Mail Foundation.

Ration, sanitizer, mask and PPE kit sent to Pauri, Bageshwar district.
Chief Minister Shri Tirath Singh Rawat on Tuesday flagged off the ‘Respect Relief Service’ of Hill-Mail Foundation engaged in the mission of providing relief to the poor people during the Corona transition period at Bijapur Guest House. 325 ration kits, several liters of sanitizer, 120 PPE kits and 1600 masks have been sent through this relief service for Garhwal and Kumaon.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Minister Shri Tirath Singh Rawat said that the health facilities of the state have been improved manifold in the last one and a half months. Now there is adequate availability of oxygen, ventilator ICU and oxygen beds in the state. The Chief Minister said that it is the result of the effective efforts made by the state government for the prevention of corona epidemic that its effect has started decreasing in the state. He also appreciated the efforts of Hill Mail Foundation.
Chetna Negi, Founder, Hill Mail Foundation informed that she has provided 100 ration kits, 120 PPE kits, several liters of refill sanitizer, table sanitizer, pocket sanitizer and 1000 masks from Dehradun for poor families in Yamkeshwar, Pauri and Kaljikhal blocks of Pauri district. have been sent. Hill-Mail Foundation in association with Longevity Jeevan Amrit Foundation is also sending 75 ration kits, 250 sanitizers, 600 masks to Bageshwar district.
Hill-Mail Foundation has so far distributed 500 COVID Medicine Kits (15 days full course), 500 Pocket Sanitizers, 2000 Masks and 150 PPE Kits. Along with this, the Hill-Mail Foundation has also conducted an awareness campaign in different parts of Pauri to the people regarding the protocol related to corona infection.
Education Minister Shri Arvind Pandey was also present on this occasion.

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