ISL side Kerala Blasters FC extend their support to fight against COVID-19 by donating 10,000 N95 masks to the Government of Kerala. The club handed over these masks to Suhas S IAS, the Collector of the city, T. K. Ashraf, Health standing committee chairman, P.R. Ranish, Development standing committee chairman, V. A. Sreejith, Education – sports standing committee chairman of the Cochin Corporation and will be distributed with their help to support the brave and heroic workers who are committed to the well-being of the state.
Under the club’s Yellow Heart Initiative, the club also uses all its resources and platforms to support the citizens in need of essential services. The team has been using its Twitter, and other social media handles to amplify COVID-19 support requests from other Twitter profiles by retweeting their tweets and posting informative content regarding the virus and vaccination drives.
“The club is trying their best to reach out to people in all possible ways. Given the severity of the situation, we deem it necessary to hand out N95 masks to help our brave front-line and emergency workers in this fight against the soaring pandemic. Let’s all do our bit by respecting all the mandates and recommendations by our health and public officials, said Nikhil Bhardwaj, Director, Kerala Blasters FC.”
This donation of masks is in addition to the 2,00,000 hydroxychloroquine sulphate tablets donated by the club as preventive support to nearly 25000 front-line workers in May 2020.
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