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M3M Group and Indian Air force creates free 150 bed Covid Care Centre in Gurgaon

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M3M Group and Indian Air force creates free 150 bed Covid Care Centre in Gurgaon

India, 10th May, 2021-M3M Foundation, the philanthropic arm of M3M Group, has teamed up with Indian Air Force  to provide all the support of food and medical facilities, including oxygen, for patients in Gurugram. A mobile medical unit is also available for shifting any patient from the Covid-care centre to the hospital.  
As per the guidance of Hon. Chief Minister Shri Manohar Lal Khattar Ji and continuous support from Health Minister of Haryana Shri Anil Vij Ji, this facility center is functional now with 150 beds at our Luxurious Apartments at our project OKR in sector 67 in Gurugram. We thank the Indian Air Force for Joining us with their expertise and necessary support for this initiative and I am grateful to Artemis hospital, Paras hospital and W-Pratiksha hospital for the required support. As a responsible organization, we will help India win the battle against Covid-19, in whatever capacity we can and special thanks to GMDA Chief Shri Sudheer Rajpal Ji, DC Gurugram Dr. Yash Garg Ji and Chairperson NCW Ms. Rekha Sharma Ji for their support for making this functional”, said Dr Payal Kanodia, Trustee, M3M Foundation. 
This Covid Care center which will be run and managed by the Indian Air Force, is part of M3M foundation’s PAN India initiative “Kartavya” and where the foundation has already supported more than 1,00,000 people at the construction and migrant workers through their food security and other initiatives in the first phase.
M3M Foundation is working towards bringing an equitable development for attaining a brighter India. Education, environment, health, disaster management and socio-economic development are its key areas.  The foundation believes in taking an innovative approach to address social issues by developing self-sustained programmes. 
M3M will add an additional 250 beds to create a 400 bed lifeline for Covid Patients within a month.


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