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Green Gratitude supports Covid-19 frontline wellbeing employees at El-Wak


Environmentally friendly Gratitude, a local not-for-gain organisation has committed to the welfare of frontline staff in the Covid-19 battle.

The organisation prolonged a hand of support to medical practitioners and nurses at the Covid-19 treatment centre at the El-Wak Stadium in Accra. 

The NGO has resolved to deliver at the very least 1 warm meal to the frontline staff members at the facility for the next two months.

The gesture comes on the heels of very similar support recently prolonged to other overall health gurus at the Covid-19 remedy centre at the University of Ghana Healthcare Centre (UGMC) by Inexperienced Gratitude. 

Creating the presentation, the founder and Executive Director of Inexperienced Gratitude, Russell Banful, states his final decision to support the welfare of medical professionals and nurses in the fight in opposition to Covid-19 is borne out of the around-death working experience he went as a result of after remaining contaminated with Covid-19. 

Following currently being moved from the 37 Army Hospital to the El-Wak Treatment Centre and subsequently to the UGMC, Russell believed would succumb to the virus.

But in accordance to him, “the efforts and dedication of the doctors and nurses at these treatment centres ensured that I lived to tell my tale.” 

“I am eternally indebted to these gallant males and women at our treatment facilities and the the very least I can do is to help ensure that they are comfy in discharging their duties while at put up,” he claimed.

“This aid from Green Gratitude” Russell more adds “is to assist assure that our frontline personnel are sufficiently catered for as they sacrifice their time and strength to acquire care of other Covid-19 clients.” 

Eco-friendly Gratitude, set up by Russell who also doubles as the Taking care of Director of Brandflow Limited after his ordeal at the Covid-19 cure centres, will largely serve as a driving vehicle to organize and raise support for frontline staff in the battle from Covid-19 for the time currently being.

Nonetheless, the NGO has a even bigger target of extending aid to the general health care method in the nation in the extended term. 

Ghana’s confirmed Covid-19 case count is at this time close to 33,000 with 29,801 recoveries and 168 deaths.

The country’s reasonably lower number of fatalities has been attributed to its robust tests regime and the exceptional attempts and dedication exhibited by its frontline workers.  

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