New Delhi: State-run Maharatna Power PSU NTPC Limited is rendering its support in the fight against the second wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic. All the stations and projects of WR-II are actively collaborating with their respective district administration to render support in the fight against COVID-19.
After the outbreak of the Coronavirus Pandemic in March 2020 and the resultant lockdown power sector personnel in the generation had put their best foot forward in ensuring that the power generation continues to flow in the national grid and homes remain lit up and that all emergency services continue uninterrupted.
From providing financial assistance to the district administration for procuring PPE kits and ventilators, NTPC Sipat will be providing financial assistance to the district administration for setting up COVID Care Centre at Masturi.
NTPC’s Korba station has come forward and will be providing CT scan machine for District COVID Hospital at Korba to help the fight against COVID-19. They have also been regularly carrying out sanitization in nearby villages.
NTPC Lara has also come forward and has provided financial assistance to the Collector of Raigarh for the purchase of ventilators in view of SARS COV-2. NTPC Limited’s Regional Executive Director (West II) Sanjay Madan said “These are hard times and we are all in this together. NTPC is deeply committed to the welfare of its community and in such times we are doing what we can to help the fight against COVID-19.”
WR-II stations at MP Gadarwara and Khargone are also playing an active role in the fight against COVID-19. NTPC Khargone will be providing assistance for Oxygen Central Linework for 20 beds in Govt. Civil Hospital Sanawad. Apart from this, Masks, PPE Kit, hand gloves, headcovers, sanitizers, thermometers are being distributed by all stations of NTPC WR-II.
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