Incepta donates medical supplies to DGDA

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29th March, 2020 04:59:18 printer

Incepta donates medical supplies to DGDA

In response to COVID-19 pandemic, Incepta Pharmaceuticals has donated 3 lakh hydroxychloroquine tablets, PPEs and other protective equipment to Directorate General of Drug Administration (DGDA) on Sunday.

The donated materials included over three lac hydroxychloroquine tablets, 1,000 units of TYVAC Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), 2,000 pieces of protective gloves, 2,000 pieces of masks and 200 pieces of goggles to the DGDA, said a press release of the organisation.

Mohammad Mizanur Rahman, DGM (Marketing), Md. Zahidul Alam, DGM (Administration) and Mohammad Mamun Ur Rashid, DGM (Marketing) of Incepta Pharmaceuticals handed over the consignment to Major General Md Mahbubur Rahman, Director General, Directorate General of Drug Administration (DGDA), it said.

“We believe to fight this global pandemic, we must protect our front line fighters first, our healthcare workers”, said Mohammad Mizanur Rahman, DGM of Incepta.

The country is under unprecedented threat from this global pandemic. It is our civic duty to come forward to stand by the government’s efforts with whatever we have, he said.