Iran’s private sector sends assistance package to coronavirus-hit province

Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mine and Agriculture (ICCIMA) which represents the country’s private sector has dispatched an assistance package to the southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan badly hit by the coronavirus disease.

1 August 2021
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Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mine and Agriculture (ICCIMA) which represents the country’s private sector has dispatched an assistance package to the southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan which is badly hit by the coronavirus disease.

The ICCIMA is sending the health package to help alleviate the dire situation of the people of the province in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic which has grown to become a crisis in Sistan-Baluchestan province.

The chamber of commerce feels duty-bound to carry out its social duty to help the impoverished provinces in face of the pandemic.  

ICCIMA’s 115-billion-rials ($460,000) health package consists of two 600-liter hospital oxygenators, 15 ventilators, 50 medical digital thermometers, 7,800 COVID-19 test kits, 8,000 rapid test kits and other medical equipment.      

From the very beginning of the pandemic in the country, the ICCIMA formed a committee of all the chambers across the country to provide the health items required by the COVID-19 hit provinces.

The chamber had earlier sent 1.52 trillion rials ($6.08 million) worth of health items in the form of another assistance package of Iran’s private sector to the provinces which needed assistance to be able to fight the pandemic.  

ICCIMA Secretary-General Mohammadreza Ramezani has underlined that the chamber will stand by the Iranian people and government until the COVID-19 is eradicated from the society. 

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