Star Health donates 1.5 lakh face masks for Chennai City police during Covid-19 pandemic
In its effort to help the Chennai police personnel stay safe during the Covid 19 outbreak, Star Health and Allied Insurance Company Ltd., India’s leading standalone health insurance company, donated 1.5 Lakh 3 ply disposable face masks to Dr. A. K. Viswanathan, the Commissioner of Police of Chennai City. With this move, Star Health Insurance is glad for the opportunity to serve the society. These face masks will be distributed internally amongst the police officers who are on duty and are deployed across the state.
The Chennai City Police have deployed over 20,000 personnel for the imposition of the lockdown and ensuring that social distancing norms are being met. While they are on duty, these protective masks will go a long way in helping these heroes to stay protected.
Speaking on the occasion Dr. S. Prakash, Managing Director, Star Health and Allied Insurance Co. Ltd. said, “Our Police force is doing a tremendous job we are grateful for the services rendered by the Police Department and as a small token of our gratitude we want to offer these masks which can help them to stay protected. The Police are working tirelessly at par with the health workers in the war against the deadly Covid 19. We thank them for their management and their assistance while being away from their families and taking care of us. We hope these masks will help them keep themselves safe in these trying times. We are glad to offer protection for those who are protecting our country and its people.”
The leading standalone health insurer believes that the war against the deadly corona virus can be led to victory by rendering all our support and cooperation to the government.