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Paraplegics make masks for police, healthcare workers in Mohali to fight COVID-19

In order to help frontline warriors battling COVID-19 pandemic, inmates of the Paraplegic Rehabilitation Center (PRC) in Mohali are making masks and distributing it to police personnel, healthcare and sanitation workers for free.
Paraplegics make masks for police, healthcare workers in Mohali to fight COVID-19
In order to help frontline warriors battling COVID-19 pandemic, inmates of the Paraplegic Rehabilitation Center (PRC) in Mohali are making masks and distributing it to police personnel, healthcare and station workers for free.

Speaking to Gurkirat Singh, Director, PRC said that retired paraplegic soldiers and their wives are producing around 500 masks per day.

"We stitch 500 masks per day and are giving them for free to police personnel, healthcare and station workers battling coronavirus," he said.

The PRC in Mohali was set up in 1978 with an aim to ensure best aftercare and rehabilitation of personnel of the Army, Navy and Air Force, who are medically boarded out, i.e. retired from service, due to spinal cord injury while serving the nation.

( With inputs from ANI )

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