Karwar, April 01: Infosys Foundation lead by Mrs. Sudha Murty which always rushes to help people during a crisis has now extended its helping hand to the Uttara Kannada district administration to fight COVID-19.
Be it flood, earthquake, drought or any such crisis, Mrs.Sudha Murty and her team of Infosys Foundation would be the forerunner in extending help to the victims. Now in the fight against COVID-19 too, Mrs. Sudha Murty has provided critical medical supplies to various districts.
Within 24 hours of Deputy Commissioner Dr. K Harish Kumar’s request, the Infosys Foundation has sent medical supplies worth ₹44 lakh to Uttara Kannada district.
The foundation has provided 10,000 gloves, 25,000 triple-layer marks, 2,000 sanitizer bottles and also 1,500 Personal Protective Equipments.
With eight positive cases in Bhatkal Town, Uttara Kannada district administration is fighting against COVID-19 and taking all necessary measures to ensure that the virus does not spread.
At this juncture, the supply of medical supplies would be of great help to the district administration.
The district administration has thanked Mrs. Sudha Murthy, Ramadas Kamath and the Infosys Foundation for the quick response and help in the fight against COVID-19.
Established in 1996, the Infosys Foundation supports programs in the areas of education, rural development, healthcare, arts and culture, and destitute care. Its mission is to work in remote regions of several states in India.
The Infosys Foundation takes pride in working with all sections of society, selecting projects with infinite care, and working in areas that traditionally overlooked by society at large.