India hands over 2 Life Support ambulances to Sylhet hospitals

on behalf of the citizens as well as the Government of India, the High Commissioner of India to Bangladesh, Vikram K Doraiswami delivered two life support ambulances to Sylhet today. One for Sylhet Osmani Medical College and Hospital (SOMCH) and another ambulance to Sylhet Sadar's Khadimpara 31-bed Hospital.

The ambulances were handed over during a ceremony on the day of his death at SOMCH. The doctor AK Abdul Momen, MP minister of foreign Affairs was present at the ceremony by attending the event in the press release issued from the High Commission of India in Dhaka today.

The new ambulances, equipped with the latest, vital life-saving equipment, are employed by paramedics and other first responders to provide high-quality emergency care and life support to patients who are en route to hospitals to be treated.

The ambulances are part of an general program to provide the 109 ambulances that are the Prime Chief Minister Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, during his state visit to Bangladesh in March of this year.

India has helped Bangladesh in its combat against Covid through a variety of ways, including the provision of PPE kits medical equipment, tests kits, vaccines and workshops for capacity-building and sharing of experience.


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