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Pharmaceuticals reaffirm partnership with government

The Spokesman of the Pharmaceuticals, Importers and Wholesales Association of Liberia (PIWAL), and CEO of Lucky Pharmacy Mr. Sam Jhamanani says his organization and the Government of Liberia are partners in progress in the fight against coronavirus.

Mr. Jhamanani reaffirmed PIWAL’s partnership with the government Wednesday, 8 April when at the Ministry of Health in Oldest Congo Town during donation of several medical supplies and anti-coronavirus materials by PIWAL.Items donated to the Ministry of Health include clora, hand sanitizer, soap, buckets and bottle of water, among others.

“We the pharmacy owners are committing ourselves to helping … GOL in fighting this virus because we are partners in progress and together we can defeat this virus,” he says.Mr. Jhamanani put the worth of the items donated at over US$10,000, adding that the organization’s donation is aimed at complementing the government’s efforts to fight the virus.Receiving the donation on behalf of the government, Health Minister Dr. Wilhemina Jallah extols the leadership of PIWAL for the donation, terming it as timely.

“We the people of Liberia including healthcare workers, NPHIL (National Public Health Institute of Liberia) want to appreciate you for coming forth with this meaningful contribution to help us continue this fight,” she says.
Minister Jallah calls on citizens who are still in denial of this virus to take the crisis serious.By Lewis S. Teh–Edited by Winston W. Parley

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