Health Minister receives India’s gift of 109 cardiac ambulances

 Health Minister receives India’s gift of 109 cardiac ambulances

Health minister Zahid Maleque | UNB file photo

Health minister Zahid Maleque received a gift of 109 cardiac ambulances from India to fight the Covid-19 pandemic Monday.

Indian high commissioner to Bangladesh Vikram Kumar Doraiswami handed over the ambulance keys to the minister at Central Medical Stores Depot (CMSD) of the Directorate General of Health Services.

The health minister said, “In this hard time of Covid-19 India has once again marked its friendship with Bangladesh with the ambulance gift from prime minister Narendra Modi.”

“These ambulances will contribute to increasing the capacity of the hospitals across the country,” he added.

Moreover, the country’s Hospital Service Management bought 21 ambulances and 60 more were bought under the Upazila Health Care Operation Plan.

Minister Maleque handed over the ambulances to the directors and representatives of the country’s remote area hospitals and also to Dhaka Medical College Hospital, National Heart Disease Hospital, and Dhaka North City Covid-dedicated hospital.

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