These personnel had been examined optimistic for the virus on their return from West Bengal after Cyclone Amphan restoration work. DG Fire Services Satyajit Mohanty took to Twitter to tell concerning the resolution. He mentioned ten safety personnel will donate plasma within the first section at SCBMCH Cuttack.
“We are happy to announce that our firefighters who recovered from COVID-19 have volunteered to donate plasma for treatment of serious Covid patients. Ten of them will donate plasma in the first phase at SCBMCH Cuttack,” he wrote.
Meanwhile, Special Relief Commissioner Pradeep Jena tweeted: “By today evening 37 Amphan returned personnel of NDRF 3rd Battalion Munduli who were COVID positive and recovered have volunteered for plasma donation. Thanks to each one of them.”
As per the State’s Health and Family Welfare Department, round 295 personnel together with National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), Odisha Disaster Rapid Action Force (ODRAF) and Fire Services had been discovered optimistic for COVID-19 on their arrival from West Bengal after Cyclone Amphan obligation.